"I don't know what world Trump is living in", he said.
President Donald Trump is criticizing the media and citing praise for the federal response to help Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. "I am proud of the work DOD and FEMA and the territory, along with first responders, are doing", she clarified.
After the hurricane hit Puerto Rico more than a week ago, Trump's administration has come under fire for tits slow response towards relief efforts.
On Friday, CNN's Alyson Camerota had the unpleasant task of relaying Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke's tone-deaf "good news" comment to San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz. "All I have is time for people to move forward, to get help", Cruz added.
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More than a week after Hurricane Maria devastated the commonwealth of Puerto Rico, many residents are still without power or communication and only one hospital is fully operational on an island of 3.4 million people.
"The federal response has been a disaster", said legislator Jose Enrique Melendez, a member of Governor Ricardo Rossello's New Progressive Party.
Cruz also accused the Trump administration of "killing us with inefficiency", which the President disputed in his early-morning Twitter tirade.
President Trump blasted the increasingly critical mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Saturday for "poor leadership ability" in not being able to "get their workers to help" in hurricane relief, saying the federal government is doing a "fantastic job".
President Trump woke up Sunday still fuming about criticism of his Puerto Rico recovery management, firing off another series of tweets attacking naysayers and patting his administration on the back. "Anything else is simply unacceptable and will result in further loss of life", said USCM President Mayor Mitch Landrieu (New Orleans, LA).
That leaves tens of thousands of people without access to necessities, most urgently water, long after the September 20 hurricane.