Trump Says 'Puerto Rico' With Spanish Accent Three Times In A Row

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Putting a heavy emphasis on the "Pu" in "Puerto Rico", Trump repeated his very bad pronunciation of the United States territory's name not once, not twice, but three times, concluding the performance with a self-satisfied smile and reverting back to his Americanized pronunciation of the name.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters Friday that the American people should take President Donald Trump's "calm before the storm" warning "extremely" seriously. "Puerto Rico", he repeated once more.

"Do you know what this means, while US President Donald Trump poses with soldiers at a meeting with senior defence officials?" Another added: "Just because you say Puerto Rico with a Spanish accent doesn't make you likeable". Critics have said the president was slow to recognize the magnitude of the hurricane's impact early on and has overstated the effectiveness of federal recovery efforts.

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Trump, on many occasions, has shown his knowledge and love for the diverse communities in America.

The president also waited two weeks in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria to visit Puerto Rico. Instead, our president is preoccupied in attacking football players exercising their right to free speech, kneeling during the national anthem as a protest against the country's systemic and continuing racism, another issue about which Trump has little if any interest.

When he finally noticed Puerto Rico's crisis, he blamed them for already having a huge debt and called their leaders out for not doing enough to help themselves.

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