President Donald Trump complained -- again -- about disaster relief aid for Puerto Rico for hurricane relief as another storm approached.
The president has repeatedly and falsely claimed that Congress had allocated $92 billion of aid money to the U.S. territory for relief aid for 2017's Hurricane Maria, which inflicted an estimated $90 billion in damage.
In fact, the island was allocated $42.5 billion but actually received only a fraction while the bulk of the aid has remained in Washington as part of a bureaucratic approval process.
The president tweeted out another complaint about the spending as Tropical Storm Dorian approached Puerto Rico.
"Wow! Yet another big storm heading to Puerto Rico," Trump tweeted. "Will it ever end? Congress approved 92 Billion Dollars for Puerto Rico last year, an all time record of its kind for 'anywhere.'"
Wow! Yet another big storm heading to Puerto Rico. Will it ever end? Congress approved 92 Billion Dollars for Puert… https://t.co/JZcruoPI55— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump) 1566922162.0