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In appalling but unsurprising news at the edgy start of yet another hurricane season, a devastated Puerto Rico and a criminally incognizant dotard-in-chief are still with us. In the wake of a damning study that found 4,645 deaths - 72 times the feds' figures - from Maria, Trump bragged this week his and the Coast Guard's "brand" - governing=retail - has soared; in response to such delusion, angry, grieving Puerto Ricans created a memorial of empty shoes labelled "Genocidio."