What Puerto Rico Looks Like Three Weeks After Hurricane Maria

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It’s been three weeks since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Less than 20% of the population has electricity. Only 64% of the U.S. territory has access to clean drinking water. While President Trump tried to assure everyone that relief efforts were going great, pictures from the island this week reveal a different story.

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