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Geraldo Rivera said the people of Puerto Rico were very happy that President Donald Trump visited to survey the Hurricane Maria recovery efforts, despite the assertions of some in the media.

"He has been getting the worst, most dishonest press about his visit to Puerto Rico," Geraldo said on "Fox & Friends" this morning. "It is staggering to me how unfair - how grotesquely unfair - the reporting has been."

Geraldo, whose family lives in Puerto Rico, was present for Trump's visit, and he said that 90 to 95 percent of the people the president met were enthusiastic about his visit.

Last week, he said any account that portrays the trip in a negative light is "fake news," pointing to New York Times columnist Paul Krugman's false claim that there was a cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico.

Krugman later apologized and said he "got sloppy."

Geraldo also noted that Time Magazine mischaracterized Trump's comments about Hurricanes Maria and Katrina. Reporter Alana Abramson seemingly accused the president of downplaying the catastrophe and loss of life in Puerto Rico.

Geraldo said Trump was only pointing out that Maria - a much more powerful storm - had a death toll of 16, compared to approximately 1,800 from Katrina.

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