Reading this article just made me realize on many things. The severe damage that happened in Puerto Rico, needs supportive help from the government but also from the people. Well as been told that the death toll rate will rise due to the no power to treat the patients but getting clean water and able to flush the toilets. This leads to deadly diseases that will rise the death roll. It's disappointing that help isn't coming in fast pace just because Puerto Rico is a "Island." Puerto Rico has the same rights as the people living in the United states. Puerto-Ricans are citizens. Furthermore, upsetting situation is the lack of help and confidence toward Puerto Rico from the President of U.S.
I agree with the article in section 7, "Trump could be doing much more help." Additionally it has specific reasons what the president could do to help. For example, "Trump should also ask Congress to pass a relief package for Puerto Rico to give FEMA and the island more money to rebuild. He could deploy more military resources to help with search and rescue operations. The number of troops on the ground should doubled." This sums up the reasons how the president could much more.
A "move" made by the author of this article was the cause and effect, which this is was interesting to know/see. In the article it explained by the cause of the having no power. Along with the effect, no refrigeration for medicine to treat sick patients.
"3.4 million US citizens live in Puerto Rico, and they are entitled to the same government response as any state. But half of Americans don't even know that." This is true that most Americans don't know that Puerto Ricans are Americans. This should be known so it could increase support toward Puerto Rico.