Mayor of San Juan tells Trump that he is leaving Puerto Rico to die



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Ninety percent of Puerto Rico lacks electricity, and only 63% of residents have access to potable water, but President Trump is ready to close up shop on the U.S. territory. 

His job here — which mostly involved throwing paper towels — is done.

After Trump suggested on Twitter this morning that he might pull FEMA from the island, Mayor of San Juan Carmen Yulín Cruz struck back by composing a devastating letter addressed to the president.

SEE ALSO: San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz didn’t ask to become Trump’s target. She’s going all in anyway.

“Your tweets and comments just show desperation and underscore the inadequacy of your government’s response to this humanitarian crisis,” Yulín Cruz writes. “It is not that you do not get it, it is that you are incapable of empathy and frankly simply cannot get the job done.” Read more…

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