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California Gov. Newsom meets with Trump to pull over threat FEMA money after fires, complains of the life of the President of the game ‘play’

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He is in the office only a few days, but new California gone democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom already, after President Trump, accusing him play, “games of life” for the halting of aid by the state for the handling of deadly forest fires.

Trump drew the anger of the newly sworn-in Governor after the order to stop the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to send money to California, ” unless you get your act together,” accusing the Golden state of bad forestry.

“Billions of dollars to the state of California forest fires, tweeted with proper forest management, it would never happen,” Trump. “Unless they get their together act, which is unlikely, I ordered to send to the FEMA no more money. It is a shameful is Mende situation in life, & money!”

TRUMP SAYS HE HAS ORDERED TO STOP THE FEMA, SENDING MONEY TO CALIFORNIA, “UNLESS YOU GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER’

This prompted Newsom-who during his inauguration address Monday, Trump called incompetent, and vowed to double-down on California’s efforts to become a refuge to illegal immigrants — slam the President about the order.

“Mr President, Only yesterday, @OregonGovBrown, @GovInslee, and I sent a letter asking the Federal government to work with us on this unprecedented forest fires. We don’t have in the office by the voters, to do things, to play games with people’s lives,” Newsom wrote, referring to the governors of Oregon and Washington state, are also Democrats.

“Disasters and recovery no time for politics. I’m already measures for the modernisation and management of our forests and emergency measures. The people of CA — people in Paradise — you should not argue victim to party politics,” he added in another tweet.

November wildfire in the Northern California town of Paradise, the deadliest in the United States in a century, killing at least 85 people, and destroying almost 14,000 apartments.

The feud with trump comes under Newsom’s indication that it will be approved to leave the financial and political reluctance to shell out from his predecessor, Jerry Brown, and his proposal on Tuesday, an additional laid $105 million on wildfire safety – an increase of confirmed 200 million US dollars of the state legislature already set aside.

“With broad brush strokes, we intensify our game. I hear you, I understand, we need to do more,” he said.

CALIFORNIA GOV. NEWSOM CALLS TRUMP INCOMPETENT IN INAUGURAL SPEECH; TO FIGHT VOWS WH-GUIDELINES

Last year, the debt of the forest fires Trump on the poor management of the forests and threatened that she had to deny funds in California, unless you reform.

The President said on “Fox News Sunday” that in November, while the firefighters did well to stop the wildfire, “the big problem we have is management.”

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After the election victory, Newsom has established itself as one of the leading anti-Trump the Governor of the country, the exhibition is a series of attacks, during his inaugural speech, an occasion that traditionally emphasizes the message of unity.

“There’s a government in Washington that is clearly hostile to California and California’s interests,” Newsom said Monday.

“There’s a government in Washington that is clearly hostile to California and California’s interests.”

— California Gov. Gavin Newsom

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“What we are doing today is even more consequential, because of what continued to happen in our country,” Newsom during his speech. “The life of the people, freedom, safety, the water we drink, the air we breathe — they all hang in the balance. The country is looking at us. The world is waiting for us. The future depends on us. And we seize this moment.

“We offer an alternative to the corruption and incompetence in the White house,” the Governor added. “Our government will be progressive, principled, and always on the side of the people.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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