Hundreds of people gathered in downtown West Palm Beach Saturday to show support for Puerto Rico and people still recovering from Hurricane Maria, which made landfall on the island a year ago.
“If you believe President Trump deserves a 0 out of 10 for what the job was done in Puerto Rico let me here you,” shouted one speaker on stage.
Upset and feeling forgotten, the group just 2.5 miles away from Mar-a-Lago said the rally on Saturday was a way to remind others about the work that still needs to be done in Puerto Rico.
“We’ll keep fighting, the right way though,” said one attendee.
The message at the event was to fight through voting in the upcoming election on November 6th.
"I am here to tell you without apology that I am a friend of Puerto Rico today, and I will be a friend tomorrow, and the day after and the day after,” said Tallahassee Mayor and candidate for Florida governor Andrew Gillum.
Watch Gillum's Speech