Biden: Trump is a climate firefighter who doesn't think the damage from climate change is already here.


Republican presidential candidate Joe Biden said Monday that fires in California, Oregon and Washington are "strange," and could be greater if President Trump is re-elected in November.


Biden: Trump is a "climate firefighter" who doesn't think "the damage from climate change is already here."

At least 35 people have been affected’ by the blaze, which scientists and local leaders say is being exacerbated by climate change. Biden said Trump is a "climate firebrand" and a "climate refusal", and he has "no interest in meeting at the moment" and has something to do to reduce global warming. "We need a president who respects science," Biden declared. "Who thinks the damage from climate change already exists here?" It will soon be more devastating. "

Both Biden and Trump are competing with suburban voters, and the president has tried to intimidate people by claiming that if Biden wins, chaos will spread across the country. Biden said the real threat to surrounding areas is forest fires, floods and hurricanes. "If we have four more years of Trump's climate denial, how many suburbs will be burned in a wildfire?" He asked. "How many suburbs would have been flooded? How many suburbs would have been blown away by the storm?"

During Biden's speech, Trump was in California, where he met with state officials. He blamed the fire not on climate change but on forest mismanagement. According to a Los Angeles Times notice, more than 3 million acres of homes have been burned in California this year, mostly in bushes, meadows and oak forests, not forest lands, according to a Los Angeles Times notice. Most of the state's forests are owned by the federal government and administered by the U.S. Forest Service’.

Natural Resources Secretary Gavin Newsom (D), Wade Croft, told Trump that climate change is real, and that "if we ignore this science and put our heads in the sand and think it's all plants." ۔ “As far as the administration is concerned, we will not succeed together in protecting the citizens of California. "All right," Trump replied. It's getting cold. You see. Kraft told Trump that "science agrees with you," and the president replied, "I don't think science really knows.”


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