Trump has always minimized the magnitude of the disaster. This is incomprehensible from any point of view, given ... the undeniable damage.
[N]ot all Americans are equal before the law and the unhealthy master-slave relationship still exists, which is evident from the oppression that the U.S. exercises over Puerto Rico.
The president, who built his fortune in the real estate sector, also considered it appropriate to give advice to a country like Puerto Rico, where almost half the population lives below poverty level.
Trump doesn’t know how to comfort people by showing care and compassion.
When I told my wife that, in addition to her mother, aunt, nieces and nephews, and my daughter and grandchild, we would have a few more guests – Patience, Tolerance and Prudence – staying with us to enjoy the discomforts of our home, she replied: please do, we could use their company. These three friends have stuck [Read more]
The U.S. president ... seems unable to refrain from creating controversy.