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U.S. President Donald Trump rejected the official death toll from last year's Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, saying it had been inflated by Democrats.
Hurricane Maria killed 2,975 people in Puerto Rico, according to the results of a long-awaited study commissioned by the U.S. government.
Puerto Rico for the first time has told Congress that its 1,427 additional deaths last year may have resulted from Hurricane Maria.
The government-provided death toll after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico stands at just 64, but experts say an accurate count was complicated by the power outages and widespread devastation.
In the wake of Hurricane Maria's catastrophic path, only two words describe the state of Puerto Rico's governmental response: a monumental failure.