Ricardo Rosello, the governor of Puerto Rico said Saturday that ''significant'' amounts of food and water have arrived in Puerto Rico and the government will help distribute them. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Ricardo Rosello, the Governor of Puerto Rico said Saturday that "significant" amounts of food and water have arrived in Puerto Rico and the government will help distribute them. U.S. President Donald Trump blamed Puerto Ricans on Saturday for failing to do enough to dig out from damage caused by Hurricane Maria, saying criticism leveled at his government for the slow response was driven by politics. Ten days after the devastating storm wiped out power and communications systems, more than half of the 3.4 million people who live on the island do not have access to drinking water, and 95 percent remain without power, the Pentagon said. Trump, who was spending the weekend at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, fired off a series of angry tweets early on Saturday complaining that media coverage of the suffering was unfair, and took aim at the mayor of San Juan, the island's largest city.