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San Juan mayor blasts the federal response in Puerto Rico

Food, water and relief supplies are trickling in to Puerto Rico ten days after Hurricane Maria crashed ashore. FEMA says it has distributed more than two million meals and telecommunications are now restored to about 30 percent of the island. On Friday, President Trump touted the federal government's relief effort, but some people are telling a different story. David Begnaud reports.
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