https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA2BhpkxTy0 Florida Gov. Rick Scott has visited Puerto Rico six times since the island was ravaged by Hurricane Maria last year. He's brought aid, advice, and on one trip, even a delegation of utility providers to consult on how best to restore the island's tattered power grid. On his most recent trip, a reporter asked Scott what he would have done differently from the federal government in its maligned response to Hurricane Maria. "I don't know what I'd do differently," Scott said, adding that in his experience managing hurricane responses as Florida governor public communication is most important. Florida Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson pounced. On Twitter, he said in part, "Rick Scott does not understand that people...
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