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Why does Puerto Rico seem like an island nation, even when it’s not?

In a issue of Hurricane Maria’s inauspicious brush opposite Puerto Rico, some on a U.S. mainland were perplexing to arrange out usually how American this domain unequivocally is.

This past weekend, President Trump angry many Puerto Ricans by bashing “ingrates” who don’t entirely conclude U.S. rescue and liberation operations, observant on Twitter that they usually “want all to be finished for them.”

The logistics, he said, were distant some-more daunting than in Texas and Florida, where, his critics say, a sovereign response was faster after storms ravaged those states in new weeks.

Trump skeleton to revisit Puerto Rico on Tuesday — scarcely dual weeks after Maria beaten a island — to consult a storm’s aftermath.

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