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The Trump administration on Friday announced an additional $13 billion in assistance to help Puerto Rico rebuild its infrastructure in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island in 2017.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will award grants designed to bolster Puerto Rico’s electrical grid and spur recovery of its education system.

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Roughly $9.6 billion in funding will be directed toward the Puerto Rico Electrical Power Authority to repair electrical substations, power generation systems and transmission lines. Another $2 billion will be used to restore school buildings and educational facilities.

A Twitter post from Puerto Rico Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced reads: “Congratulations! I just talked with @FEMA_Pete notified me that we achieved the largest approval in FEMA history of $ 13 billion to rebuild our electrical and educational system. Thanks to the work and good relations with @WhiteHouse, @Cor3pr and @realDonaldTrump.”

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  1. Maybe president Trump should have people go over there to make sure the money is used how its supposed to be used and not going into other peoples pockets. I wouldn’t trust them with this kind of money.

  2. another 13 billion aid to all corrupt politicians democrat in that State…sorry Mr President all that money directly straight to the pockets of corrupt people..heck no.. 13 billion a lot of money to fix the hotel owns by corrupt democrat in congress


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