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With forest fires ravage many parts of California, and President of the Trump pressure on Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday morning by the proposal there will be no more Covenant, to be a means of combating the forest fires, the state increased its forest management system.
In a series of tweets on Sunday morning, Trump is a terrible task of the forest management wrote that Newsom, a Democrat, has “done.”
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In his first significant mention of the California forest fires on Twitter since the Kincade fire broke out in late October and burned almost proposed to his 79.000 acres, Trump, the Federal government will not give it to help the state additional funds, the battle the forest fires.
“Every year, like the fire that is burning anger & California, it is the same thing-and then he comes to the Federal government for $ $ $ help. No more” Trump wrote. “Get your act together Governor. You don’t see nearly the same level of burn in other States.”
Gov. Newsom responded by tweeting, “do you believe in climate change. You are exempt from this conversation.”
The attacks on Sunday marked a sudden change in the tone of three days ago. That’s when Newsom Trump expressed gratitude to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved aid in the fight against the two fires in southern California
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Trump also gave his take on what it should do California, to fight such fires.
“Open ridiculous closed water streets comes from the North. Do not pour it in the Pacific ocean,” Trump tweeted. “Should be done immediately. California desperately needs water, and you can have it now!”
Trump also wrote that he was clean before, said Newsom “is” or rake implement the forest floors of dirt, while at the same time suggesting to controlled burns.
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“We are successfully waging a war against thousands of fires was about the state, in the last few weeks due to extreme weather created by climate change, while trump is the implementation of a full-on attack against the antidote,” the Governor said later in a statement, the Los Angeles Times.is
Federal agencies manage the majority of forests in California, 57 percent of the 33 million hectares of Land – in California, Fox 2 reported, citing government information.