A bond dealer says his clients who are holding Puerto Rican debt are just about "suicidal" after Trump threatened to wipe them out.
Steve Malanga, Manhattan Institute, discusses Puerto Rico's debt load and economic woes while it struggles to recover from the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, speaks to CNBC's Tyler Mathisen about protecting American electrical infrastructure from cyber hackers and Puerto Rico's energy infrastructure.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, speaks to CNBC's Tyler Mathisen about power grid recovery efforts from all the major hurricanes.
Cate Long, Puerto Rico Clearinghouse founder, discusses who owns a majority of Puerto Rico's debt.
It's unlikely the "King of Debt" can erase Puerto Rico's debt, but Trump's interest in the island may make life harder for bondholders.
President Trump says Wall Street might get wiped out on Puerto Rico bonds. Individual investors may have the most to lose.
The CEO of WorldNet describes the crisis in Puerto Rico and how people are coping with the lack of food and ravaged infrastructure.
Puerto Rican bonds take a huge hit following President Trump's comments on the island's massive debt.
Trump's comments were made in an interview with Geraldo Rivera, of the Fox News network, while in Puerto Rico.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on President Trump's visit to Puerto Rico and comments he made about the country's debt.
President Trump raised a prospect of making Puerto Rico's debt go away. It's far from clear whether he can to do that.
In an interview with Fox News, President Donald Trump said that Puerto Rico's debt will have to wiped out.
The official death toll had remained at 16 for days previously.
"I think it's now acknowledged what a great job we've done," the president said in regard to the hurricane relief efforts.
When we landed in Puerto Rico, our team's immediate focus was the life-or-death crisis for families across this island of 3.4 million people.
Trump emphasized the successes of his team rather than the suffering of Puerto Ricans.
President Trump says in Puerto Rico that the island's devastating hurricane had thrown his administration's budget "a little out of whack."
President Trump says in Puerto Rico that the island's devastating hurricane had thrown the federal budget "out of whack."
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports the latest on President Trump touring Puerto Rico and his comments about recovery efforts on the island.