Puerto Rico

The president has decided that now is the time to attack hurricane victims on Twitter.
The response to Trump’s attack on Cruz and others was withering, with one person asking: “Why attack the mayor of a city
“Don’t let your people die like this.”
As many as 70,000 American lives are at risk if the territory’s Guajataca dam breaks.
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In some communities, 80 to 90 percent of homes have been completely destroyed.
The U.S. territory is still dealing with the consequences from Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma was upgraded to an “extremely dangerous” Category 5 hurricane on Tuesday
“I am beyond grateful and appreciate all the love and attention this has brought to my life,” she added. “I never believed
Miss Puerto Rico Stephanie Del Valle was crowned Miss World 2016.
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Not only is the US position over the Falkland Islands a betrayal of the Special Relationship it is also hypocritical. America is a country founded on the rights and ideas of self-determination so it is preposterous to think that the US will not back the right of self-determination of others.
The Argentine people should have the intelligence and dignity to drop all claims to the Falklands and so to benefit from improved relations and trade, or for ever be complaining about the state of their own country and what might have been.
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