The Trump administration continues to follow the playbook it has used since moving into the White House — delete or otherwise block easy access to unflattering information on government websites. This strategy is evident at the Interior Department, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), where climate change pages have disappeared, and many other agencies. 

And now, the same thing is happening with Puerto Rico hurricane response efforts. 

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Until sometime between Oct. 3 and Oct. 5, one could find information on how many Puerto Ricans were without power and without access to clean water via FEMA’s website. 

But those statistics are no longer readily available, perhaps because it goes against the

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