Since the hurricane touched down on Puerto Rico a week and a half ago, the president has been sparse in his vocal support, spending much of last weekend tweeting about National Football League protests and saying on Friday that the relief efforts have been hindered because the country is "surrounded by water".
In San Juan, Duke said she was proud of the recovery work being done but she and Trump wouldn't be satisfied until the island was fully functional.
In a series of tweets, the president purported that unidentified Democrats had told the Puerto Rican official "you must be nasty to Trump".
Trump, who was spending the weekend at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, said Cruz was attacking him for partisan reasons. Residents at the time were still recovering from the powerful Hurricane Irma two weeks earlier that had unleashed heavy rain and high winds.
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'General Buchanan, a three-star general, has said as one of the first comments that he has made about the Puerto Rico situation, that he doesn't have enough troops and he doesn't have enough equipment of what he needs to get the situation under control'.
The president has been accused of not acting quickly enough to send aid to the United States territory, which was left without electricity and in crisis by Hurricane Maria.
"The Fake News Networks are working overtime in Puerto Rico doing their best to take the spirit away from our soldiers and first R's".
San Juan's Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, left, hugs a woman during her visit to a nursing home in San Juan, Puerto Rico on September 22. Cruz on Friday had criticized the Trump administration's response to the hurricane, saying, "I am begging, begging anyone who can hear us to save us from dying".
"I'm sorry, but that really upsets me and frustrates me", Cruz continued.
"This waiver will ensure that over the next 10 days, all options are available to move and distribute goods to the people of Puerto Rico". It's a life-or-death story'. Hurricane Maria, a Category 4 storm, ravaged the island last week, destroying its electrical grid and leaving it desperately short of food, clean water and fuel.