Puerto Rico governor: More needed, but feds have answered our calls

( CNN) Often more make must be done to meet Puerto Rico’s all-important humanitarian needs after Hurricane Maria, the US territory’s top official said Saturday, while also to emphasise the federal government is fulfilling his every application — impressing a conciliatory tone minutes after President Donald Trump lambasted a mayor who praised Washington’s response.

“We need to do a lot more in order for us to get out of emergency situations, ” Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello was indicated in San Juan. “But the other thing that’s also true is that the administration has answered and has complied with our applications in an expedited manner.”

Eleven dates after Hurricane Maria began to pound Puerto Rico as a Category 4 blizzard, millions in the US commonwealth remain without regular electricity busines, and many have restraint better access to gas, currency and working spray. At least 16 people died there as the purposes of the commotion, the government has said.

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