It’s been a year for Hurricane Maria which has slammed to the Puerto Rico in which it has killed about 70 percent more people than the Hurricane Katrina. The GOP led House has not created a committee to oversee the efforts of the Trump administration’s recovery efforts. The Senate Homeland Security along with the Governmental Affairs committee now overseeing the FEMA which has held the two hearings that is related to the storm. Neither the House nor the Senate has issued anything about the major reports as they have appeared to be in working conditions.
This shows that there is a lack of congressional oversight which is especially striking the serious questions that remain unanswered of the questions about the hurricane which have killed near to 2,975 people, as per researchers at George Washington University. During the last week, Trump has falsely claimed about the death count which was inflated as the part of the partisan Democratic attack. The only limited oversights have formed the Congress as the disaster experts have content which is difficult to hold the officials which are accountable for the delayed responses that is during the last year. To help FEMA, it has to learn from the mistakes, or they can provide a documented accounting about the things that are happened to refute the claims which are like the one in Trump’s tweet.
It has been that this Puerto Rico has got less attention which is in spite of being which is one of the worst disasters in the modern American history which is more than Katrina and are far less attention than we have got from the Superstorm Sandy. This was said by the Irwin Redliner, who is the director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University.