San Juan's mayor is unhappy a Trump official said the progress being made was "good news". - From BBC News
The mayor of Puerto Rico's biggest city has berated a Trump cabinet official who called the US response to Puerto Rico, "a good news story".
Homeland Secretary Elaine Duke had said she was "very satisfied" with progress, calling it "a good news story in terms of our ability to reach people".
The San Juan mayor hit back: "Damn it, this is not a good news story.
This is a people are dying story." The category 5 hurricane, the most powerful to hit Puerto Rico in at least 90 years, has claimed 16 lives on the island and left millions lacking medicine, food, cellular communications, shelter, and clean water.
After arriving on the storm-ravaged island, Mrs Duke told reporters: "Clearly the situation here in Puerto Rico after the devastating hurricane is not satisfactory." "But together we are getting there and the progress today is very, very strong," she added.