By Chris Flynn

Too much 'blame game' from Trump Administration on Puerto Rico

Too much 'blame game' from Trump Administration on Puerto Rico

More than two weeks after Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria, the largest such hurricane to hit the island since the 1920s, the situation remains, as many officials and residents of the island have stated, “apocalyptic.” The island has been afflicted with massive flooding, buildings have been decimated, and the island’s electric grid and communications networks have been knocked out. The official death toll, as of this week, has risen to 34, and is expected to rise much higher, possibly even into the hundreds, in the coming days.