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Puerto Rico governor says he called the White House after seeing Trump's tweet
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Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said as soon as he saw President Trump's Oct. 12 tweet that said emergency responders could not stay in Puerto Rico "forever," he called The White House for clarification.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said as soon as he saw President Trump's Oct. 12 tweet that said emergency responders could not stay in Puerto Rico "forever," he called The White House for clarification.
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