Trump, after misreading a newspaper article, wants to cut off relief funding for Puerto Rico.

Jonathan Swan of Axios reports that President Donald Trump wants to terminate any further federal funding to help Puerto Rico deal with the aftermath of the 2017 hurricanes that hit the island. This move is motivated by the president’s misunderstanding of a Wall Street Journal article he read in October. The article noted that the island’s bond prices were improving thanks to expectations of an in...

Trump Wants to Cut Off Funds for Puerto Rico's Hurricane Recovery

According to a new report from Axios, President Trump is considering stopping federal aid to Puerto Rico for its recovery from Hurricane Maria. Trump apparently believes that the island is using the relief money to pay off their debt. This, obviously, isn’t real, unlike Trump’s power to cut off aid, which could harm millions of Americans.

Trump wants to end federal relief money for Puerto Rico: report

President Trump reportedly wants to end federal relief money for Puerto Rico to aid its recovery from Hurricane Maria, the worst natural disaster on record to affect the island. 

Donald Trump wants to cut off disaster relief for Puerto Rico after concocting his own conspiracy theory

He claims, without evidence, that the island’s government is using federal disaster relief money to pay off debt.

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Puerto Rico Bonds Soar, Pointing to Hope for Restructuring

Puerto Rico bond prices soared after the federal oversight board that runs the U.S. territory’s finances released a revised fiscal plan that raises expectations for disaster funding and economic growth.