The Hill (@thehill) has reported that Puerto Rico could be without electricity for up to six months in the wake of Hurricane Maria. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yul Cruz told MSNBC, Thursday that Puerto Rico’s 3.5 million residents could be without electricity between 4-6 months. Mayor Cruz said “The San Juan we knew yesterday is no longer there.” Officials said that the storm, which was the most powerful in decades, destroyed more than 90 percent of the homes in some areas. When asked if he will visit Puerto Rico in the wake of the storm, president Trump responded with a somber, “yes I will.” I guess we will see. Let’s keep Puerto Rico and its residents in our prayers during this tough time, and also Mexico, who was hit with a massive earthquake that killed an unspecified number of citizens.