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Photo: Puerto Rico National Guard Soldiers supply the HIMA San Pablo Hospital in Bayamon with 4,000 gallons of diesel to power their generator and keep health services working (Sgt. Alexis Velez of The National Guard)

After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still struggling 31 MIN, 41 SEC

The official death count in Puerto Rico attributed to Hurricane Maria is 64 people. Today, Puerto Rico’s governor called for a review of the death count after media organizations have found the mortality rate is at least seven times that. Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism estimates that — in September and October, the two months following the storm — the number of people dead in Puerto Rico increased by more than 1,000. How is Washington D.C. obligated to help?

Guests:
William Ramirez, ACLU / Inter-American University School of Law
Arelis Hernandez, The Washington Post (@arelisrhdz)
Ed Morales, Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race (@SpanglishKid)

Trump v. Muller and the DOJ 11 MIN, 44 SEC

NBC News reports that the FBI warned President Trump in 2016 that Russians would try to infiltrate his campaign. That was after he became the Republican nominee. How will this affect the president’s narrative that says there was no Russian collusion?

Guests:
Rick Wilson, Republican strategist and media consultant (@TheRickWilson)

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