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Trump Tweets Support For Puerto Rico, But One Message Stays The Same

Newsy Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Trump Tweets Support For Puerto Rico, But One Message Stays The SameWatch VideoA day after several controversial tweets about hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico, President Donald Trump's tone has shifted — slightly.

The commander in chief tweeted Friday about the island's "unmatched spirit" and said he would "always be with them."

That seems a pretty stark difference from comments...
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News video: Trump Criticized for Tweets About Relief in Puerto Rico

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On Thursday, Trump tweeted that disaster relief wouldn't stay in Puerto Rico forever.

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