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President Trump tosses paper towels into a crowd at Calvary Chapel in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, on Oct. 3. (Evan Vucci/AP). President Trump seemed to hint early Thursday that the federal government could pull out of helping Puerto Rico before the recovery is finished. And just hours later, a new poll showed what a bad idea that was. Quinnipiac University is providing some of the first full-scale reviews of Trump's handling of Hurricane Maria and its aftermath, and it's bad news for Trump: Just 36 percent say the federal government has done enough, while 55 percent say it hasn't. Negative views have increased since an AP-NORC poll a week ago showing 49 percent disapproved. That may seem like i... Full story

12 October