Ducks perch on the branch of a tree next to a home destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, Thursday. President Donald Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government “can’t keep sending help forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles.
Ducks perch on the branch of a tree next to a home destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, Thursday. President Donald Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government “can’t keep sending help forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. Ramon Espinosa AP
Ducks perch on the branch of a tree next to a home destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, Thursday. President Donald Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government “can’t keep sending help forever” and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. Ramon Espinosa AP

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