Since Donald Trump took his responsibility as a President of the USA, he was criticized at almost every point. As the latest report, he against faced the warmth of the public due to the deadly Puerto Rico Hurrican Maria last year.
"If he thinks the death of 3,000 people is a success God help us all." Tweeted by the Mayor of the capital. It was not until last month when Puerto Rico started to recover at the full power which marks 11 months after the tremendous hurricane. As per the reports, 8 per cent of the island after the hurricane with the loss of many lives due to the poor healthcare and poor services.
The Governor of island Ricardo Rossello said on Tuesday night which is the exact description of Maria as "the worst natural disaster in our modern history. Our basic infrastructure was devastated, thousands of our people lost their lives and many others still struggle".
During briefing on approach of Hurricane #Florence, Pres. Trump calls government's response to Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria "tremendous."
The unincorporated territory of the USA, Puerto Rico is a home for over 3.3 million citizens.
When the President was asked about the lesson learned by from the Hurricane Maria as the hurricane Florence bears down the Carolinas wall.
For which he replied, “Maria is the hardest one we had by far because of the island nature", "I actually think it was one of the best jobs that's ever been done with respect to what this is all about.” He added, "The job that Fema [the Federal Emergency Management Agency] and law enforcement and everybody did working along with the governor in Puerto Rico, I think was tremendous. I think that Puerto Rico was an incredible, unsung success." "We have put billions and billions of dollars into Puerto Rico and it was a very tough one. I think most of the people in Puerto Rico really appreciate what we've done."
However, it has stirred many responses from the Governor of Puerto Rico, “No relationship between a colony and the federal government can ever be called 'successful' because Puerto Ricans lack certain inalienable rights enjoyed by our fellow Americans in the states."
"Nearly 3,000 people died. That is not a 'success'. That is a tragedy and a disgrace." Tweeted by Senator Bernie Sanders.
"This is an offensive, hurtful and blatantly false comment from the president." Chuck Schumer, Democratic Senator.
However, he also got some support but people were surely not happy with him.