The man can be seen struggling against the waves and attempting to swim back to the ship.
“I think the people of Puerto Rico are very grateful to Donald Trump for what we’ve done for them,” President Donald Trump said during his lengthy campaign speech in Florida.
“I’m curious, how do you spin ignoring and neglecting the largest mass death of people on American soil in decades?" the progressive representative asked.
The suspect told the woman not to leave his home until the swelling on her head went down, according to officials.
“Puerto Rico has been taken care of better by Donald Trump than by any living human being. I think the people of Puerto Rico understand it. But you do have a mayor of San Juan that frankly doesn’t know what she’s doing.”
President Donald Trump reportedly described the special counsel's probe as "two years of bulls***."
Celebrity chef said it was an "important gesture" that the daughter of President Trump had gone to his relief kitchen.
Instead, the president wanted to send more money for disaster relief in Texas and Florida.
The incident in an Arizona restaurant was filmed and posted to Facebook by a Puerto Rican woman who asked if she could sit at a nearby table.
Ricardo Rosselló sat down with Newsweek to talk about Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts and why statehood is important for the future of the island.
Trump has been accused of being “disrespectful” to Puerto Rico for ruling out statehood for the territory due to a personal feud he has with its capital’s mayor.
President Donald Trump says the death toll in Puerto Rico rose "like magic" after Hurricane Maria struck.
Trump politicizing the Puerto Rico hurricane death toll “is incredibly distasteful,” a Fox News co-host said.
The former vice president to Barack Obama spoke sarcastically after President Donald Trump's refusal to believe the new official death toll from the Puerto Rican government.
Nearly 3,000 people are believed to have died from hurricane-related causes in the months after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico.
The president said the U.S. was ready for the arrival of Hurricane Florence.
A study published by George Washington University in late-August found that nearly 3,000 people died from hurricane-related deaths.
When the government failed to bring electricity to Puerto Rican communities, activists stepped in with anarchistic flair.
One year after a devastating hurricane, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz addresses FEMA’s inadequate response and Puerto Rico’s future.
En entrevista con Newsweek, la alcaldesa de San Juan aborda su futuro político y lo que le depara a la isla después de la catástrofe, a la vez que comparte sus opiniones sobre el Presidente Donald Trump y los esfuerzos de la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) en Puerto Rico.
"The governor is an excellent guy and he's really happy with the job we've done," Trump said of Puerto Rico.
At least 10 trailers of food, water and other supplies sat in a parking lot for a year.
"You should not be wearing that in the United States of America," a man yelled at a Puerto Rican woman in an Illinois park, as she appealed for a nearby police officer's help to no avail.
Nearly 1,800 Puerto Rican hurricane survivors scattered across the United States will be kicked out of their temporary housing this weekend, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The unofficial death toll makes the disaster the worst to hit U.S. soil in a century.