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Deadly California Wildfire: Two monster wildfires rage in California, Donald Trump blames forest mismanagement'

DNA Saturday, 10 November 2018
Two monster wildfires burned out of control on Saturday in northern and southern California, having already killed at least nine people and forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes.

President Donald Trump blamed the fires on forest mismanagement and threatened to withdraw related federal funding.

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President Trump, tweeting from a trip to Europe, blamed bad forest management for the string of deadly wildfires wreaking havoc on California. He previously criticized "bad environmental laws" for the Carr fire earlier this year near Redding, California. Experts say the forests currently burning have...

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