President Trump recently traveled to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, and the mayor of San Juan doesn’t appear to be impressed by the president’s visit:
— The Hill (@thehill) October 5, 2017
First off, a no-win situation seems to have been created:
"Trumps doing nothing to help!"
*personally goes there*
"Publicity stunt!!!" https://t.co/6XOesv3v8a
— Alex (@InfamouslyAlex) October 5, 2017
Also, self-unawareness spotters, do your stuff!
I’m sure she has a shirt for that https://t.co/MyeK6Xyz1S
— Landon (@landopedia) October 5, 2017
Given her actions since the hurricane, does she even recognize a political stunt?
— Republicanvet (@Republicanvet91) October 5, 2017
Well, sure, he upstaged her publicity stunts.
— Josh Edgar (@JBHEdgar) October 5, 2017
— ?Eliz The Trap? (@SatansBonita) October 5, 2017
She should put that on a tee shirt. https://t.co/Kd5ewWA5mb
— Winston Coolidge (@winstoncoolidge) October 5, 2017
You should put that on your next custom t shirt https://t.co/yfnUiAoxyz
— Harry (@Harry1T6) October 5, 2017
Like wearing a t-shirt on TV that says "We Are Dying"? https://t.co/4KEoxEy7jv
— Cardinal Curmudgeon (@Gimblin) October 5, 2017
You wore a "Nasty" shirt on TV clearly supporting a political candidate. POTUS visited people in need. Who's doing a publicity stunt here? https://t.co/0kC2JEwgTA
— Abigail Marone (@abigailmarone) October 5, 2017
'She did NOT wear that!' OMG, check out San Juan mayor's latest statement t-shirt [pic, video] https://t.co/bHxgyHctvJ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 4, 2017
'The T-shirt Shack has reopened!' Where did San Juan's mayor get that custom-printed 'Help Us' shirt anyway? https://t.co/v42XUId19Z
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 30, 2017
She’s not really one to criticize somebody else for publicity stunts.
Wow. She's almost as annoying as what's his name Obama's brain dude who keeps spouting off. https://t.co/MPEUGTjyND
— Melissa Mackenzie ? (@MelissaTweets) October 5, 2017
So Mayor what does tonight’s shirt say? https://t.co/0tAO7rqqtX
— Rschrim (@Rschrim) October 5, 2017