‘Too Little, Too Late’: Critics Denounce Trump-Linked Energy Firm’s Apology for Puerto Rico Threat | Common Dreams

Contrary to the tone of the company’s statement, the workers who Whitefish has brought to the island are not volunteers and are in fact being paid hundreds of dollars per hour—well over average rates—for their work.

The firm is financed by a major Trump donor, and its CEO employed the son of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who hails from the town where Whitefish is based.

Source: ‘Too Little, Too Late’: Critics Denounce Trump-Linked Energy Firm’s Apology for Puerto Rico Threat | Common Dreams