While President Trump was visiting Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, he reportedly talked about using the nuclear football on North Korea. Sources told CNN that the president was preoccupied with other matters during his visit, including his then-tense relationship with North Korea. At one point, Trump reportedly pointed to the nuclear football—a briefcase that contains the launch codes and controls for the U.S.’s nuclear weapons—and said: “This is what I have for Kim.” Some officials reportedly saw the remark as evidence of Trump’s lack of interest in the plight of Puerto Ricans after the natural disaster. Puerto Rican governor Ricardo Rosselló told CNN he witnessed subjects other than the U.S. territory being talked about on the trip. “There were other topics that were being discussed and my view is that the sole focus of that trip should have been on Puerto Rico,” he said. Earlier Thursday, the president claimed that he had done more for Puerto Rico “than any living human being,” despite reportedly having complained about the amount of money the territory was getting for disaster aid.