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Aftermath of Hurricane Maria

U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths", and further makes the false assertion that the Democrats inflated the former number.

An independent study, commissioned by the island's government, found that an estimated 2,975 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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  1. President of the United States Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the aftermath of the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths". He further claims that the Democrats somehow altered the numbers.
  2. U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the aftermath of the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths". He further claims that the Democrats somehow altered the numbers.
  3. U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths". He further claims (with no evidence) that the Democrats altered the numbers.
  4. U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths". He further claims that the Democrats altered the numbers.
  5. U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths". He further falsely claims that the Democrats altered the numbers.
  6. U.S. President Donald Trump denies that 3,000 people died in the 2017 hurricane, advancing a number of "6 to 18 deaths", and further makes the false assertion that the Democrats inflated the former number.

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