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>> Key metrics suddenly gone from FEMA's website include how many Puerto Ricans have access to both drinking water and electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Those stats were available on FEMA.gov Wednesday, but by Thursday morning they were gone. The move raising questions as the White House faces criticism over the Trump administration's response to the catastrophe.
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And statements such as this.>> It is really a good news story.>> FEMA"s spokesman, William Booher said both measures were still readily available on a website maintained by the office of Puerto Rican Governor, Ricardo Rosello. Although Booher didn't address why the stats were removed from FEMA's page.
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According to Resollo's Spanish website, 54.2 percent of Puerto Ricans have access to drinking water and just 9.2% have power. FEMA's site is now reporting that there are 14,000 federal workers in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, and that all federally maintained ports are open, or open with restrictions.
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President Donald Trump has continued to assert that his government is doing a quote, great job with their response to the crisis.>> They have done an incredible job in Puerto Rico.>> But across Puerto Rico, where food, fuel, and water are still scarce, residents say they still have not been visited by Puerto Rican government or federal workers.