Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló intends to campaign against “those who turned their backs” on the island during the 2018 elections.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló intends to campaign against “those who turned their backs” on the island during the 2018 elections. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló intends to campaign against “those who turned their backs” on the island during the 2018 elections. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

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