The US president and first lady visit a disaster relief distribution centre at Calvary Chapel outside San Juan, Puerto Rico on Tuesday where Trump throws paper towels into the crowd. Donald Trump’s first visit to the US territory since it was pummeled by a category 4 hurricane nearly two weeks ago came amid criticism that his government has failed to adequately respond to the crisis. The island’s 3.4 million residents – particularly those in the more isolated parts – are still largely without electricity, communications and access to clean drinking water and food. But Trump told reporters: ‘It’s now acknowledged what a great job we’ve done.’ The official death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico now stands at 34. The governor says the hurricane that struck on 20 September with winds over 150 mph caused $90bn in damage across the Caribbean island
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