Spanish-American chef José Andrés took matters into his own hands and got to work feeding the people of Puerto Rico. Andrés and his crew from World Central Kitchen arrived in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico and immediately began setting up a kitchen.
Andrés also spent time in Houston after Hurricane Harvey and in Haiti after the earthquake.
I saw Anderson Cooper interview him a couple of days ago. What a wonderful human being he is. He is what America is all about.— 🆘🇺🇸NotMyDOTARD🌸 (@nanakim07) October 2, 2017
When I saw the interview the other day, he said the following day they would be feeding 10,000 people. That's incredible.— 🆘🇺🇸NotMyDOTARD🌸 (@nanakim07) October 2, 2017
Awesome and so focused on what is needed & what you can DO. Thank you, Chef!— RESIST 45* (@schwanderer) October 1, 2017
. Trump dedicated a Trophy today to the victims, Jose Andres donates blood, sweat, tears and food. God bless you Jose. 🙏— Olivia (@OliviaC019) October 1, 2017
Reducing José Andres to an "anti-trump" chef is inaccurate.— jen ram (@sanfranbusted) October 1, 2017
José is a visionary, a maverick, a humanitarian.
trump is a wart
He's watching CNN they just reported that chef Jose Andres is doing more than Trump's FEMA. Trump is a moron.— Gloria Araccena (@Glorivime) September 28, 2017
You and everyone working with you: your actions are making needed, positive impacts. You all are a blessing in action and role models too!!— Jessica I (@jessicai) October 2, 2017
Thank you thank you so much for not forgetting the rest of the island! This is just awesome! ☀️🌴— Johnny Melendez (@trendytaurus66) October 2, 2017
H/T: Washington Post, Twitter