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  2. Another presidential assault on science as fires and pandemic rage  CNN
  3. California officials say climate change is to blame for the deadly wildfires burning in the state for nearly a month  CNN
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Sen. Kamala Harris visited the wildfire devastation in her home state Tuesday, where she and California Gov. Gavin Newsom blamed climate change for the fires after Trump visited the state.Sen. Kamala Harris visited the wildfire devastation in her home state Tuesday, where she and California Gov. Gavin Newsom blamed climate change for the fires after Trump visited the state.

One former Trump administration official told me the President made 'a very clear political statement… saying that if the people of California don't like me politically… do not provide money, don't provide disaster relief’One former Trump administration official told me the President made 'a very clear political statement… saying that if the people of California don't like me politically… do not provide money, don't provide disaster relief’

Trump Trump likes to ‘punish’ blue states, according to insiders. Even when they’re burning | The Independent

President Donald Trump, in a briefing on Western wildfires on Monday, continued to downplay the role of climate change in California’s fire season and told CaPresident Donald Trump, in a briefing on Western wildfires on Monday, continued to downplay the role of climate change in California’s fire season and told Ca

Trump dismisses climate change, and told California and other states to solve the problem by managing their forests more wisely

In a briefing on the barrage of wildfires burning in the West, President Donald Trump baselessly claimed “it’ll start getting cooler,” adding that he didn’t think “science knows” whether or not temperatures would increase in the future. Scientists are very confident that global average temperatures will continue to rise.

Trump Bucks Climate Science in Wildfire Briefing - FactCheck.org

We have to adapt to it, too.We have to adapt to it, too.

The Los Angeles Times made clear how climate change is fueling extreme heat and wildfires, while some news outlets failed to show the link. Fox News, meanwhile, is on another planet.The Los Angeles Times made clear how climate change is fueling extreme heat and wildfires, while some news outlets failed to show the link. Fox News, meanwhile, is on another planet.

Is the Media Ready for the Climate Apocalypse? | Vanity Fair

State officials blamed climate change, but President Trump, in Sacramento today for a briefing on California fires, blamed state leadersState officials blamed climate change, but President Trump, in Sacramento today for a briefing on California fires, blamed state leaders

Trump, Newsom clash over California wildfires, president blames state

We need practical solutions to natural disasters, not vast carbon bureaucracies and global treaties.

Climate alarmism won’t stop the wildfires - spiked

The US President bizarrely claimed to be ahead of science when stating that California "will start getting cooler", as Joe Biden accuses him of again failing the American people The US President bizarrely claimed to be ahead of science when stating that California "will start getting cooler", as Joe Biden accuses him of again failing the American people

Donald Trump branded 'climate arsonist' for saying fire-ravaged state 'will get cooler' - Mirror Online

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President Donald Trump stressed the need for forest management as a way to combat the wildfires raging in the U.S. West as he landed in California on Monday for a briefing on the crisis, saying climate change was a longer term issue.President Donald Trump stressed the need for forest management as a way to combat the wildfires raging in the U.S. West as he landed in California on Monday for a briefing on the crisis, saying climate change was a longer term issue.

Trump stresses forest management over climate change on wildfires | Reuters

President Donald Trump stressed the need for forest management as a way to combat the wildfires raging in the U.S. West as he landed in California on Monday for a briefing on the crisis, saying climate change was a longer term issue.President Donald Trump stressed the need for forest management as a way to combat the wildfires raging in the U.S. West as he landed in California on Monday for a briefing on the crisis, saying climate change was a longer term issue.

Trump stresses forest management over climate change on wildfires | Article [AMP] | Reuters

US News: BEAVERCREEK: With crews battling wildfires that have killed at least 33 people, destroyed neighbourhoods and enveloped the West Coast in smoke, anothe.US News: BEAVERCREEK: With crews battling wildfires that have killed at least 33 people, destroyed neighbourhoods and enveloped the West Coast in smoke, anothe.

Fires raise fight over climate change before Trump's visit - Times of India

AUBERRY, CALIF. >> Touring wildfire damage today in her home state, California Sen. Kamala Harris said “ideology should not kick in” when responding to wildfires and the climate crisis, a veiled criticism of President Donald Trump, though she did not say his name.

Sen. Kamala Harris, home in California, gets a look at wildfire damage | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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VP hopeful Kamala Harris and CA Governor Gavin Newsom visit Creek Fire siteVP hopeful Kamala Harris and CA Governor Gavin Newsom visit Creek Fire site

VP hopeful Kamala Harris and CA Governor Gavin Newsom visit Creek Fire site

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) — Sen. Kamala Harris landed in Fresno on Tuesday with a plan to meet with city leaders and local firefighters. She will also be handing out food and supplies in downtown Fresno. Harris is the Democratic nominee for Vice President. Updates to this story are below.FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) — Sen. Kamala Harris landed in Fresno on Tuesday with a plan to meet with city leaders and local firefighters. She will also be handing out food and supplies in downtown…

Sen. Kamala Harris, Gov. Gavin Newsom tour wildfire evacuation center at Clovis North High School | YourCentralValley.com

MCCLELLAN PARK: Dozens of conflagrations have raged across more than 5 million acres (1.6 million hectares) in Oregon, California and Washington ...MCCLELLAN PARK: Dozens of conflagrations have raged across more than 5 million acres (1.6 million hectares) in Oregon, California and Washington ...

Explainer: How this year's destructive US West wildfire season came to be - CNA

Wildfires rage in the West. Hurricanes batter the East. Droughts and floods wreak damage throughout the nation. Life has become increasingly untenable in the hardest-hit areas, but if the people there move, where will everyone go?Wildfires rage in the West. Hurricanes batter the East. Droughts and floods wreak damage throughout the nation. Life has become increasingly untenable in the hardest-hit areas, but if the people…

Climate Change Will Force a New American Migration — ProPublica

Trump visited fire-ravaged West to once again deny established science.Trump visited fire-ravaged West to once again deny established science.

In smoky skies, clarity on climate crisis - StarTribune.com

“They flew into blazing flames, raging wind — and it was raging — and blinding smoke to rescue families who were trapped by the massive Creek Fire,” President Donald Trump said during an awards ceremony Monday.“They flew into blazing flames, raging wind — and it was raging — and blinding smoke to rescue families who were trapped by the massive Creek Fire,” President Donald Trump said during an awards ceremony Monday.

Trump awards Distinguished Flying Cross to guardsmen who helped rescue hundreds from wildfires - News - Stripes

How Washington politics and blame-shifting let the forest-fire problem get out of control.

Trump Blames California for Fires. He Should Check to See Whose Land They’re On.

While touring parts of California, Trump on Monday reiterated his scepticism of climate change, saying, “It’ll start getting cooler, you just watch.”While touring parts of California, Trump on Monday reiterated his scepticism of climate change, saying, “It’ll start getting cooler, you just watch.”

US wildfires bring climate crisis to election campaign - world news - Hindustan Times

It's amazing how disasters, both natural and unnatural, have the fingerprints of Democrats all over them. It's amazing how disasters, both natural and unnatural, have the fingerprints of Democrats all over them.

Democrats exploiting more disasters - Washington Times

The claim that the fires are caused by climate change is grossly misleading. Translated into policy, it would steer the state to the worst way to help future Californians.The massive fires raging in California are being blamed squarely on climate change. Alongside ominous photographs of orange skies, the front page of the Sunday Los Angeles Times blared:

Sorry, solar panels won't stop California's fires

Catastrophic weather events have occurred throughout history, but the intensity of current ones underscores the need for better leadership.Catastrophic weather events have occurred throughout history, but the intensity of current ones underscores the need for better leadership.

Editorial: Trump fiddles while a 'climate damn emergency' unleashes its fury | Editorial | stltoday.com

The senator is scheduled to meet with emergency service personnel in Fresno at 12 p.m. on Tuesday for an update on the wildfires.The senator is scheduled to meet with emergency service personnel in Fresno at 12 p.m. on Tuesday for an update on the wildfires.

Sen. Kamala Harris visiting Fresno today for briefing on wildfire response [Video]

For the second straight day, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee had a direct message for President Donald Trump about the ongoing wildfires across the West Coast.For the second straight day, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee had a direct message for President Donald Trump about the ongoing wildfires across the West Coast.

Inlsee calls Trump’s criticism of western states ‘outrageous’ as wildfires continue to burn

The alarming wildfires on the West Coast are again putting the spotlight on climate change. But it's not the only reason why we're seeing so much destruction and lives lost. The alarming wildfires on the West Coast are again putting the spotlight on climate change. But it's not the only reason why we're seeing so much destruction and lives lost.

West Coast Wildfires: There's Plenty Of Blame To Go Around : NPR

The ceremony honored the actions of two crews from the 40th Combat Aviation Brigade.The ceremony honored the actions of two crews from the 40th Combat Aviation Brigade.

Trump Presents Distinguished Flying Cross to 7 Guardsmen for Wildfire Rescues | Military.com

When told summers and winters are getting warmer, the US President replied with: "It'll start getting cooler, you just watch." When told summers and winters are getting warmer, the US President replied with: "It'll start getting cooler, you just watch."

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Gov. Jay Inslee said Washington has now passed 2,000 COVID-19 deaths while historic wildfires have burned more than 620,000 acres across the state. Gov. Jay Inslee said Washington has now passed 2,000 COVID-19 deaths while historic wildfires have burned more than 620,000 acres across the state.

Inslee: Over 620K acres burned, 2000+ COVID deaths to date | KOIN.com

Gov. Gavin Newsom says he wanats to "step up our game" on fighting climate change, but he must contend with a stark reality.Gov. Gavin Newsom says he wanats to "step up our game" on fighting climate change, but he must contend with a stark reality.

Newsom war on climate change vs. reality | CalMatters

This was supposed to be the election year when climate change finally became a priority for American voters. And then the world, along with the 2020 election, was rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dealing ...

As fires rage, climate change is back on the election agenda

Biden argued Monday that natural disasters will "become more common, more devastating and more deadly" if Trump wins another termBiden argued Monday that natural disasters will "become more common, more devastating and more deadly" if Trump wins another term

Donald Trump on California Wildfires: 'It'll Start Getting Cooler' | PEOPLE.com

Biden argued Monday that natural disasters will "become more common, more devastating and more deadly" if Trump wins another termBiden argued Monday that natural disasters will "become more common, more devastating and more deadly" if Trump wins another term

Donald Trump on California Wildfires: 'It'll Start Getting Cooler' | PEOPLE.com

California Gov. Gavin Newsom had President Donald Trump one-on-one on live TV Monday, a perfect opportunity to spar with Democrats' public enemy No. 1 just 50 days before the election.California Gov. Gavin Newsom had President Donald Trump one-on-one on live TV Monday, a perfect opportunity to spar with Democrats' public enemy No. 1 just 50 days before the election.

California governor gently confronts Trump on climate - The Boston Globe

The dynamic between Gov. Gavin Newsom and President Donald Trump has turned out to be a surprise during Newsom’s short time as governor. Story from @CalMatters.

Trump and Newsom: Political Frenemies Make Nice Amid California’s Mounting Disasters | Lost Coast Outpost | Humboldt County News

AUBERRY, Calif. (AP) — Touring wildfire damage Tuesday in her home state, California Sen. Kamala Harris said “ideology should not kick in" when responding to wildfires and the climate crisis, a... AUBERRY, Calif. (AP) — Touring wildfire damage Tuesday in her home state, California Sen. Kamala Harris said “ideology should not kick in" when responding to wildfires and the climate crisis, a...

On the campaign trail, President Trump made a pit stop in California for a briefing on the state's historic wildfire season.On the campaign trail, President Trump made a pit stop in California for a briefing on the state’s historic wildfire season.

President Trump makes stop in California for historic wildfire briefing | KRON4