President Trump, always good for an unaccountably freaky utterance or five, repeated the words "Puerto Rico" in an over-the-top Spanish accent on Friday in front of a White House crowd celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
The moment echoes Trump's celebratory Cinco de Mayo tweet from 2016 in which the then-candidate declared, "I love Hispanics!" while eating a taco bowl from the Trump Tower restaurant.
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Pai said that this includes the "the rebuilding of communications infrastructure and restoration of communications services". The FCC's daily status report also shows significant wireline, TV and radio outages remain in both USA territories.
"Puerto Rico", the president once again said, in case he made a mistake in pronunciation.
At the top of the segment, Reid noted that "Donald Trump may get a kick out of pronouncing Puerto Rico, but the situation on the island and the US Virgin Islands is no laughing matter".
"Do you know what this means, while US President Donald Trump poses with soldiers at a meeting with senior defence officials?"
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Trade between the two countries peaked in 2013, reaching 2.445 billion dollars, but in 2016, it dropped to 336 million dollars. Maduro on Wednesday thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for his support in hard times.
"I think the president is the one that's keeping the world from chaos", Sanders said.
Trump, on many occasions, has shown his knowledge and love for the diverse communities in America. Still, we should be grateful the president has finally noticed him.
The President also spoke about economics and the recent devastating hurricanes, two issues he clearly believes can bring the nation together. While the Caribbean island suffered a devastating crisis, Trump was busy calling black football players "sons of bi***es" for not kneeling during the national anthem. Puerto Rico's bonds reportedly plunged upon those comments.
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Kuldeep Yadav, the left-arm wristspinner, made for a study in contrast with his lengths in the first half of his spell. But it was the batting that led them down, especially the collapse that we have seen so often after Finch's wicket.
While the moment garnered chuckles from attendees at the speech, it didn't take long for Trump's presumed mockery of the Spanish language and Puerto Rican people to spark heavy criticism online.