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The Political Crisis in Puerto Rico

The Political Crisis in Puerto Rico

Update: 2019-07-1928
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Hundreds of leaked text messages revealed the governor of Puerto Rico mocking his own citizens. For many Puerto Ricans, it was the last straw. Guest: Patricia Mazzei, the Miami bureau chief for The New York Times, spoke with us from San Juan, P.R. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily

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Jess Koepnick

this is another one of those episodes where the speaking is very choppy by the journalist being interviewed and it's very hard to listen to.

Jul 25th
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Fanny Butler

Jess Koepnick 👌👌👌

Jul 26th
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Mateus Oliveira

“Colonized by Spain” Puerto Rican’s are the descendants of the Spaniards who settled the land you complete dunce 😂 That’s like an Anglo-American talking about how they were “Colonized by Britain” 😂😂😂

Jul 22nd
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J. M. Verville

The answer is probably just getting statehood. But why isn't that something people are pursuing?

Jul 20th
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lzk222

Insensitive, sexist, homophobic comments...sounds familiar

Jul 19th
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Panda

"And then he ate the sandwhich" Michael: "WOW!!"

Jul 19th
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Chris

remember when trump claimed that Puerto Ricci had corrupt leaders not distributing supplies and the mainstream media went crazy and called him racist...? I remember!

Jul 19th
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JA Rod

JA Rod Trump is not wrong in denouncing corruption. but he is going too light on the PR governor.

Jul 20th
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JA Rod

Chris Guess who is tweeting victimizing the governor and bashing on the opposition?

Jul 20th
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The Political Crisis in Puerto Rico

The Political Crisis in Puerto Rico