Donald Trump can deny global warming all he wants, but the price can’t be ignored after 2017’s supercharged hurricanes and wildfires wreaked havoc from coast to coast.
The island is treated like a foreign country when it comes to taxes, and the Republican plan cracks down on overseas businesses.
Whitefish Energy got a $300 million contract from the administration, despite doing less than $2 million in federal work until now.
A tiny utility company linked to a prominent Trump campaign donor has been awarded the massive contract to help rebuild the crippled island.
Barely half of the island has drinkable water, leaving volunteers from the mainland to provide the basic necessities of life while the federal government lags behind.
Animals larger than 20 pounds aren’t being allowed on planes, forcing families to choose between their two- and four-legged loved ones. Meanwhile, shelters are overflowing.
The New York congresswoman shared serious concerns with the lack of federal aid Puerto Rico has received.