As Hurricane Florence is baring down on the Carolinas, President Trump touted his administration's response to last season's devastating hurricanes in Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico, claiming the government's work in Puerto Rico was "unappreciated." Just last month, researchers determined the death toll in Puerto Rico was close to 3,000, well over the 64 initially reported. It took almost a full year for the island to regain power. Do you agree the president was successful?
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