The federal agency claims these residents were ineligible for funds to rebuild homes damaged by earthquakes and Hurricanes María and Irma.
Officials said goods sat in FEMA’s custody for roughly 48 days, with water and food experiencing shipping delays of 71 and 59 days, respectively.
The hurricane exposed long-hidden violations of the people of Puerto Rico's right to just, fair, and equal treatment as US citizens.
A video that shows how Trump responded to the hurricane that devastated the island three years ago has become a trend on social media.
"It's forbidden to forget that in moments of true darkness, when the cries for help fell on deaf ears," Marc Anthony narrates. "We were the ones that stood tall to rebuild."
"No amount of money can hide Donald Trump's disregard for, and mistreatment of Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria."
In September 2017, Hurricane Maria caused an estimated $100 billion in damages and killed thousands. Three years later, the government wants to help.