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FEMA chief: Too much blame around on Puerto Rico deaths

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WASHINGTON - The Trump administration's disaster relief chief said Sunday that “the numbers are all over the place” from studies on the death toll in Puerto Rico from last year's Hurricane Maria, keeping the issue in focus after President Donald Trump questioned the widely accepted count.
“There's just too much blame going around,” said the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Brock Long, and “we need to be focused on what is Puerto Rico going to look like tomorrow.”
As his agency dealt with Florence in the Carolinas, Long found himself answering questions on the Sunday news shows about...
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FEMA Boss Defends Trump's Puerto Rico Death Toll Denial: 'Numbers Are All Over The Place'

FEMA Boss Defends Trump's Puerto Rico Death Toll Denial: 'Numbers Are All Over The Place'

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"I don't know why these studies were done," FEMA administrator Brock Long said.
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