网上赌博免费送彩金New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to help families sue Trump over Hurricane Maria responseNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to help families sue Trump over Hurricane Maria response New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told a congregation Sunday that he would help families sue President Trump and his administration for failing to provide adequate assistance to those affected by Hurricane Maria. Cuomo said the Trump administration violated Puerto Ricans Constitutional rights of equal protection under the law. He said that New York stands committed to helping victims of Puerto Rico rebuild after the deadly storm walloped the island in September 2020. "President Trump never tried to help Puerto Rico. Florida got attention, Texas got attention, and Puerto Rico got the short end of the stick. That is not just wrong and unethical and despicable, it is also illegal," Cuomo said Sunday at the Heavenly Vision Christian Center in the Bronx, New York. New coalition plans 7-figure campaign aimed at Puerto Rican votersCuomos press statement laid out five disparities between the federal governments response and treatment of citizens in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which primarily struck Texas, and Hurricane Maria -- which devastated the Puerto Rican island: A three week waitLack of fundingLack of food and waterSparse resourcesUnacceptable relief "Were going to hold King Trump to the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution said equal protection under the law. Puerto Rico did not receive equal protection under the law," Cuomo said. "New York is standing with Puerto Rico the way we said we would. We are going to fight back and were going to show this president that the law is the law." There were no immediate details released about Cuomos plan nor did he take any questions at Sundays event. Cuomo, who is a seeking a third term as governor, also took swipes at Mr. Trumps border wall and how the president reacted to the aftermath of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year. "Somebody has to stand up to this president. He is a bully," Cuomo said. Cuomos speech Sunday comes on the heels of a report out last week that said Hurricane Maria is now considered the most deadly U.S. natural disaster in the last century. Puerto Ricos government requested an independent review by George Washington University, which found Maria killed an estimated 2,975 peopleu00e2\u0080\u0093 more than 46 times the original official death toll of 64. For months, theres been speculation the death toll was much higher than what the government was reporting. San Juans mayor, Carmen Cruz, called the new report "painful and shameful," and told CBS News David Begnaud the governor should take more responsibility. "When I saw people dying I opted to shout it. I opted to ask for help. When others saw people dying they opted to shut up," Cruz said. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossell\u00c3\u00b3 acknowledged Tuesday that he made mistakes. "The focus shouldnt be, you know, hey, lets blame all these folks. The focus should be whos going to be accountable and whos going to take the action so this doesnt happen again," Rossell\u00c3\u00b3 said. Researchers found the government and hospitals were inadequately prepared for the Category 4 storm. They also found the risk of death was 45 percent higher for those living in low-income areas on the island, and elderly men were at the greatest risk of dying.