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Donald Trump tried his hand at a Hispanic accent on Friday as he pledged his support to Puerto Ricans who are struggling in the wake of a pair of hurricanes.
During a Hispanic Heritage Month event at the White House, he said that he is 'praying for the people of Puerto Rico.'He pronounced it 'Pueeerto Reeco.''We love Pueeerto Reeco! Caribbean territory, speaking to relief coordinators and some residents whose homes and lives were turned upside down.'We now have more than 15,000 federal personnel on the island,' Trump boasted. Colloquially known as 'DREAMers,' the hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants have been protected by the Obama-era 'Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals' program, which insulates them for deportation under most circumstances.'There is no task too large, and no dream beyond your reach,' he told the youth group, many of whom performed before Trump arrived.'No dream,' he repeated, emphasizing the word 'dream.''There's no dream beyond your reach. I'm talking to some very young people up front,' Trump continued.
A house destroyed by hurricane winds is seen in Barranquitas, southwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria.
Authorities in Puerto Rico rushed on September 23, 2017 to evacuate people living downriver from a dam said to be in danger of collapsing because of flooding from Hurricane Maria.
A man walks from Juncos to Las Piers town in search of gasoline.
In the aftermath of Maria, it is believed that 80 percent of Puerto Rico's crops are destroyed.
Jaime Degraff sits outside as he tries to stay cool as people wait for the damaged electrical grid to be fixed after Hurricane Maria passed through the area on September 23, 2017 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.