Puerto Rico protesters continue to demand governor's resignation

Protesters demand Ricardo Rossello steps down over leaked chats insulting women, political opponents and hurricane victims.

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    Hundreds of protesters continue to rally outside the residence of Puerto Rico's embattled governor in the latest demonstration aimed at forcing him to resign.

    They demand he step down following the release of hundreds of pages of leaked private chats insulting women, political opponents and even victims of Hurricane Maria.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo is in San Juan.


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