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Karlian Mercado,7, and her father Carlos Flores stand on what remains of their home September 24, 2017 in Hayales de Coamo, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico experienced widespread damage after Hurricane Maria, a category 4 hurricane, passed through. Joe Raedle/GETTY

President Donald Trump repeatedly tweeted about the NFL and his distaste for players kneeling during the national anthem over the weekend. This led many to ask:"What about Puerto Rico?"

Trump tweeted or retweeted messages about the NFL and how players should stand not kneel during the national anthem 15 times between Friday and Monday morning. The president did not mention Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory devastated by Hurricane Maria. The trend did not go unnoticed.

Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico last week as a Category 4 storm, knocking out power for the entire island of around 3.3 million people. Earlier this month, Hurricane Irma swiped near Puerto Rico, as well. The combined damage of both storms has left Puerto Rico devastated. Infrastructure on the island was heavily damaged many roads and bridges were knocked out and parts of the island are without running water.

What are you doing about Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said that the island needed assistance.

“We still need some more help. This is clearly a critical disaster in Puerto Rico,” he said Sunday night, according to the Washington Post. “It can’t be minimized and we can’t start overlooking us now that the storm passed, because the danger lurks.”

The storm killed at least 10 people.

Getting aid to Puerto Rico has also been difficult because seaports and airports were damaged.

Rosselló called for a comprehensive aid package from Congress. Even before the storm, Puerto Rico was in financial dire straits. The island is bankrupt after years of recession and much of the island was in disrepair even before the hurricanes.

Many homes were destroyed and people are using generators in lieu of power. Gasoline and diesel fuel are hard to come by.

The island’s power grid could take four-to-six months to repair.