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Politicians from both political parties reacted angrily to news of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's plan to end shipment of emergency food and water supplies to storm-battered Puerto Rico.

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"To everyone still recovering in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, everywhere ― we are with you, we love you and we always will pull through together", Trump said in his State of the Union address. "And on the other hand, the [Food and Drug Administration] is trying to convince pharmaceutical companies to leave Puerto Rico", she told Amanpour.

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With creditors already expecting drastic cuts to repayments, Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September, killing dozens, decimating local infrastructure, and sending bond prices plummeting as low as 20 cents on the dollar. According to National Public Radio, FEMA, "in its own words, "officially shut off" the mission it says has provided more than 30 million gallons of potable water and almost 60 million meals across the island". "Puerto Rico is a USA territory and its residents are US citizens". "Many Puerto Rican localities still face significant challenges accessing basic needs, and FEMA has played a critical role in ensuring Puerto Ricans across the island are receiving these goods and services". The President's words came only hours after the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced it would suspend critical food and water aid to residents of the USA territory.

Democrats and Republicans were quick to speak out against the move to end FEMA aid to the island.

Because of that assistance, De La Campa said "things are going back to normal". Bill Nelson, Marco Rubio and a bipartisan group of Florida House members as well as representatives from other states.

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He added, "If you look at how the president has treated Puerto Rico, you have to conclude that he just doesn't care and probably thinks of Puerto Rico as just another shithole country".

"This has not happened yet and we were not informed that supplies would stop arriving, nor did the Government of Puerto Rico authorize this action".

"FEMA will continue to support the government of Puerto Rico to meet the needs they identify".

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Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, D-N.Y., who also attended the summit, described the situation as "outrageous". The federal government has been inept, some believe, in its efforts to aid the US citizens of Puerto Rico. As Soto pointed out, "American lives are at stake!"