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Ricardo Rosselló, Governor Of Puerto Rico, Breaks The Silence On The Crisis

Ricardo Rosselló, Governor Of Puerto Rico, Breaks The Silence On The Crisis
Ricardo Rosselló, Governor Of Puerto Rico, Breaks The Silence On The Crisis

Video: Ricardo Rosselló, Governor Of Puerto Rico, Breaks The Silence On The Crisis

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Puerto Rico is crying out for its governor to resign, this has been made clear by the thousands of protesters - including multiple personalities - who have taken to the streets of the island to demand that Ricardo Rosselló leave his post after he was splashed in a corruption scandal.

Through an interview with Fox News, Rosselló broke the silence in the face of the crisis facing Puerto Rico and in his conversation with the renowned journalist Shep Smith, he did not get off very well.

One of the moments that has caught the attention of these first words of the governor on the situation in which he is involved, is precisely when Rosselló spends great time mentioning the name of someone who supports him at this time, when everything seems to indicate that even President Donald Trump himself has criticized his work at the head of the island.

This was the painful moment that has gone viral on social networks:

Shep Smith: Who is supporting you in the midst of this chaos?

Ricardo Rosselló: There are people who are supporting me.

SS: Who specifically supports you today?

RR: There are people.

SS: Could you give me a name? Just a governor name?

RR: A lot of people from the administration.

SS: Can't you give me the name of a single person who supports you to continue as governor?

RR: I can say that the mayor of San Sebastián, for example.

SS: What's it called?

RR: Javier Jiménez … There are other people in the legislature and in the senate who support us and who have supported the fact that I will not seek reelection.

Curiously, after the interview, the aforementioned mayor denied the chain what Rosselló said. "It is not true that he supports the governor … What he said is not true," said Jiménez after being consulted by Fox.

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