Fierce Debate on Debt Relief for Puerto Rico

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The "Silence Before Storm" commentary, which was predominantly interpreted as "a closed threat" to North Korea and Iran in American media, was evaluated as one of Trump's recent harsh remarks against se countries.

President Donald Trump talks with audience members during a Hispanic Heritage Month event in the East Room of the White House, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, in Washington. Puerto Rico is part of America's imperialistic heritage, "won" in 1898 during the Spanish-American War, and yet the administration seems uninterested in doing much to help out. "Puerto Rico", he said, affecting his pronunciation of the name of the US territory. "Maybe it's the calm before the storm", the president said.

That got a laugh from the crowd of Hispanic leaders gathered in the East Room of the White House, and Trump' s other statements of support for the recovering U.S. territories drew cheers.

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The President also spoke about economics and the recent devastating hurricanes, two issues he clearly believes can bring the nation together. He did all right when responding to the emergencies in Texas and Florida, but Puerto Rico is different, apparently. 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.

On his visit, he joked the recovery cost of the island had "thrown our budget a little of whack" while he threw paper towels and attempted to hurls cans of chicken at a crowd of hurricane victims.

The senator also expressed his hopes that Tillerson, Mattis and Kelly would keep their positions, as reports have suggested that Trump's advisers and allies have called on him to replace Tillerson with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.

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