IRS Provides Tax Relief To Residents Of Puerto Rico US Virgin Islands

  • IRS Provides Tax Relief To Residents Of Puerto Rico US Virgin Islands

IRS Provides Tax Relief To Residents Of Puerto Rico US Virgin Islands

Trump said in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity that Cruz was "very nice at the beginning but she went a little bit on the nasty side and I said I guess she's running for office, and it turns out I'm right". Roads are damaged, bridges have collapsed and an unknown number of Puerto Ricans are stranded in the hills and hollows of the mountain interior without access to water or food.

President Donald Trump told first responders they should be proud of the way they responded to the mass shooting Sunday night in Las Vegas.

"He really has a communication issue".

Rossello responded to Trump's comments on Katrina, saying he believes the president understands the level of devastation after he took part in a flyover on the island.

Trump also sent financial markets fluttering when he suggested Puerto Rico's $70 billion-plus debt would have to be wiped out.

"I recognize there are still people that might not have gotten those resources". He told islanders they could be "very proud" that more people had not perished in the storm, compared to the toll from "a real catastrophe" like Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Trump, who has grappled with hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the past six weeks, said at a briefing that the disasters were straining the USA budget.

But Trump called the trip a success, after meeting with several local officials on the island.

"We have to look at the whole debt structure", Trump said to Rivera during his Tuesday visit to San Juan. "We are talking about life and death".

Tuesday's footage of President Trump throwing supplies at Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico would have resulted in a few concussions if common sense hadn't prevailed.

Almost two weeks after Maria thrashed through the United States territory, seven percent of the island has electricity, more than 9,000 people are living in shelters, and just 40 percent of telecommunications are back up. Puerto Rico's economy has no basis to pay Wall Street's usurious debts (as most of the other municipalities in the municipal market also can not pay); the only solution is the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Glass-Steagall reorganization of the system as Lyndon LaRouche has insisted.

"I do not remember the President telling Texas that they threw our budget out of whack after Harvey or Florida after Irma", said top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer.