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Trump: Puerto Rico's massive debts should be wiped out

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 4 October 2017 ()
President Trump suggested Tuesday that Puerto Rico's debt should be "wiped out" to give the island a fresh start.
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News video: Puerto Rico angry at US hurricane aid effort

Puerto Rico angry at US hurricane aid effort 01:23

It’s been ten days since Hurricane Maria struck the US territory of Puerto Rico and millions remain without sufficient clean water or food. Almost all of the Caribbean island’s power grid and the mobile phone network have been knocked out, meaning that clean water can’t be pumped to homes,...

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