Mr. President, between one and ten, how would you grade the White House response so far?>> I'd say it was a ten, I'd say it was probably the most difficult. When you talk about relief, when you talk about search, when you talk about all of the different levels.
And even when you talk about lives saved, you look at the number. I mean, this is, I think it was worse than Katrina. It was, in many ways, worse than anything people have ever seen. Did we do a great job?>> You responded immediately, sir. And you did so, Tom and Brock, they have been on the phone with me essentially every day since the disaster.
Do we need to do a lot more? Of course, we do. I think everybody over here recognizes there's a lot of work to be done in Puerto Rico. But, with your leadership, sir, and with everybody over here, we're committed to achieving that in the long run.