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Puerto Rico / Hurricane Maria / Trump Visit #1116619

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 03, 2017
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(Las Vegas: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Old San Juan: Jonathan Karl) The visit by President Trump to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria featured; scenes shown from a church in San Juan & the Navy hospital ship that just arrived. [TRUMP - speaks about the low death count was as compared to Hurricane Katrina, how the budget is thrown out of whack.] [On CNN, San Juan Mayor Carmen CRUZ†- calls him "miscommunicator in chief."] The governor's diplomatic stance on the presidential visit noted.

(Puerto Rico: David Muir) A visit to a community in Puerto Rico that was without power or water two weeks after the hurricane featured; scenes shown from a darkened 13-story apartment with no power & little food or water. [In an apartment, Lisbet VASQUEZ DELGADO - says no inspectors have been here & we have no drinking water.]

Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan

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