The relevant claim here seems to be the donation. Regarding the other issues:
- Trump is president. Disaster relief is in his area of responsibility, while Clinton couldn't send FEMA to Puerto Rico if she wanted to.
- The complaint about Trump is that he acted too little too late, and only in reaction to intense criticism. Displaying this forced reaction as an achievement is at least misleading.
Claim: Trump donated 1 million of his own money for Puerto Rico
There is no source for this claim, not even a source claiming that Trump claimed that he donated that money to Puerto Rico.
Instead, the claim seems to be a combination of two issues:
- The announcement by Trump to personally donate 1 million to various charities at the beginning of September in response to hurricane Harvey.
- The announcement at the end of September by the Trump inaugural committee to donate 3 million to the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and the Samaritan's Purse.
It seems that the 1 million donation did arrive at various charities (although there is at least some unclarity who donated it). As this donation was made before Puerto Rico was hit, it doesn't fit the claim.
There are plans by the Trump inaugural committee to donate $3 million. These donations are not specifically for Puerto Rico, but at least the timing fits. But this is of course not Trumps personal money, but instead donations he received.
One should be skeptical about claims of future donations or claims of personal donations by Trump, as there has been a pattern of Trump claiming to personally donate money, when either no donations had been made, or donations had been made by the Trump Foundation, not him personally.