Of course President Trump Tweeted this from the golf course, where he's enjoying some R&R this weekend.
Trump presented the trophy to Team U.S.A., the first sitting president to present the tournament's winning team with a trophy.
"There is a lot of debris to clear. everyone is working as hard as they can", she said.
Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert told reporters Thursday that Washington has sent 10,000 federal relief workers, including more than 7,000 troops, to the island.
Trump is expected to visit Puerto Rico on Tuesday.
Critics tore into President Trump after he targeted the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, with "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda among the loudest lashing back in response to the president's Saturday morning Twitter rant.
Cruz continued, "Dammit, this is not a good news story. If anybody out there is listening to us, we are dying, and you are killing us with the inefficiency".
Celebs like John Legend and Lady Gaga took to Twitter to criticize the President and show their support for Puerto Rico.
"The problem that we have with the mayor unfortunately is that unity of command is ultimately what's needed to be successful in this response", Long said.
"The response and recovery effort probably has never been seen for something like this", Trump said. And we need all the help we can get. The problem is that the Trump administration won't allow them to do their jobs.
Duke's remarks Friday afternoon came after San Juan's mayor blasted her earlier comments. "And I don't know what world Trump is living in". "Puerto Rico needs more help, Mr. President!" over the words "American tragedy".
Sanders is also suggesting that Trump may care less about helping the people of Puerto Rico due to their race.
"Our thoughts are with the people of Puerto Rico as they recover from this storm", said Maj. Gen.
"We are dying here, and I can not fathom he thought that the greatest nation int he world can not figure out logistics for a small island of 100 miles by 35 miles long", Cruz said.
In the wake of the devastation in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz - along with other U.S. politicians, including McCain and Marco Rubio, R-Florida - had urged the suspension of the Jones Act in order to speed up supply deliveries.
Ortiz said she did not know how to thank him. He's driving the truck to Cleveland so that goods can be shipped to people in need. "I have to say that the administration has responded to our petitions".
The Trump administration appeared to finally grasp the situation in Puerto Rico on Thursday when Lieutenant General Jeffrey Buchanan was appointed to lead the military's recovery efforts on the island.