Puerto Rico

Fiona battered the US territory with 85 mph winds, knocking out power to the entire island and bringing back memories of 2017’s Hurricane Maria.
“In his words, Puerto Rico was dirty and the people were poor,” Miles Taylor, who worked at the Department of Homeland Security, said of the president.
Trump viewed the island devastated by Hurricane Maria as a "businessman" weighing the value of an asset, Elaine Duke said.
She allegedly slipped out of her grandfather’s arms.
He's still insisting 3,000 people didn't die in Puerto Rico.
He called the widely accepted death toll a move by Democrats to make him look 'as bad as possible'.