Donald Trump just congratulated himself on Live TV and gave himself a 10 out of 10
President Trump always put Americans in embarrassing situations, whether its related to international issues or domestic issues, Trump has a unique style of dealing(foolish though) with issues. Unfortunately this President does not know how to govern this great country. Puerto Rican situation is the perfect example as the island is still struggling without power, food and water, Trump on Tuesday Congratulated himself and gave himself a perfect rating for his response to the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico.
President said “I would give myself a 10,” Trump said when asked by reporters how he would score his efforts, on a one to 10 scale.
Donald Trump spoke during a meeting with Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló, who is in Washington to push the federal government to provide disaster relief for the island.
Trump said “We have provided so much, so fast,”, adding the disaster in Puerto Rico was “worse than Katrina.”
Donald Trump’s self-assessment is at odds with the opinions of many in the U.S. territory, who have criticized the administration’s response.
Governor Rosselló declined to rate the federal relief efforts, even after Trump turned to him, touched his arm and asked “did we do a great job?” He repeatedly said that the White House has answered “all of our petitions.”
According to the Puerto Rican government sources and figures Roughly 80 percent of the island remains without electricity and almost 30 of the island still does not have access to clean water,
Donald Trump’s The House last week passed a $36.5 billion aid package for Puerto Rico and other areas hit by natural disasters. The Senate is soon expected to consider the measure. But the package was a loan amount to the Puerto Ricans, that means they will have to repay the amount in time. It added a lot of pressure to the already worsened debt situation of this tiny Island…
The governor of Puerto Rico met with GOP Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.), whose state has a large population of Puerto Ricans, before heading to the White House. VP Pence, Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert, Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long and White House budget director Mick Mulvaney also Attended the meeting