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Trump threatens to cut California financial aid for fires

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US President Trump criticized the way California (Democratic) governor has managed the forest and repeated last year’s threat: “It’s over,” Trump said of the bailout.

The US President criticized this Sunday the way the California governor (elected by the Democratic party) has managed the forest, threatening to end federal aid to fight the fires again.

“California Governor Gavin Newson has done a terrible job of managing the forest. I told him, from the first day we met, that he should clear the forest, regardless of what his bosses, the environmentalists, ask him. You should also use the ‘backfire’”, said Donald Trump, on Twitter.

“California Governor has done terrible job of managing forest” – President Donald Trump

Every year, he added, “It’s the same”, the State is devastated by fires and the governor asks the federal government for money. “It’s over”, wrote the US President, repeating the unrealized threat he had made last year of ending federal aid to California over forest fires.

In the same message, Donald Trump left compliments to firefighters. Over the past two weeks, several fires have hit southern and northern parts. The largest fire currently active in northern San Francisco, has destroyed more than 31,000 hectares.

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