She blamed the slow-moving aid on the federal government because of its constant request for paperwork, saying "we are dying, and you are killing us with inefficiency and bureaucracy".
"Trump said he wants to bail out Puerto Rico. I'm just thankful to be here and lend a helping hand to the people of Puerto Rico", Daniel said. He made his case to a bipartisan delegation of U.S. Senators on Saturday, as they flew over some of the island's hardest hit areas.
The responses from FEMA and Trump have been widely criticized by the leaders in Puerto Rico.
Eastern Florida State College will waive out-of-state tuition rates for students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands who are leaving their hurricane-ravaged homes and moving to Florida. "We're going to have to wipe that out".
Elionet Saez Martin, of Puerto Rico, left, works with his kindergarten teacher, Rachael Leupold, at Chamberlain Elementary School in New Britain, Conn., last week.
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Puerto Rico's financial crisis has gravely worsened after Hurricane Maria. NY has the largest Puerto Rican population outside the island, and it has been preparing for an influx of residents after Hurricane Maria wrecked the island. "And we are fully committed to make sure that you are not ignored, you're not forgotten", said Johnson, who added that re-establishing the electrical grid is the top priority.
Trump launched the attractive, soft towels during an eventful Tuesday visit to the island, during which he managed to say or do a number of freaky things in the course of a few hours.
Vice President Mike Pence visited the island on Friday in a bid to reassure those on the island that it will receive federal assistance.
The island is now looking to Washington for help.