Trump Arrives California Wildfire, Surveys Devastation, Left 76 Dead

Paradise-California, United States president Donald Trump arrived at burned-out retirement community which remained target of the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century.

The US president turned the location where the wildfire had burned building, apartments, and vehicles badly, donning up a black cap emblazoned with “USA” and a windbreaker, while the latest reported brought us in believe the California Camp Fire have killed about 76 persons including five victims are declared dead on Saturday.

At the moment, Trump along with its motorcade pulled into a mobile home and RV park, US president didn’t care a smoky, hazy backdrop by surveying, preventing opposite United States flag hanging from what was left of a destroyed structure by the deadly US wildfire.

During his survey, the 45th and current President of the American said addressing those were at the victimized location, “Right now, we want to take care of the people who have been so badly hurt. This is very sad to see.”

However, Mr. Trump didn’t let the chance miss to criticize or blame forest management during his addressing with reporters, carrying his week-long theme. We also had noticed that Mr. President had also threatened to withhold federal money as what he thought all happened because of mismanagement of state officials.

Mr. Trump also said that other nations take like this matters in different way, indicating alleged comments from the Finland’s president, Sauli Niinistö on how country controls its forests, continued saying that officials are making their duties very well without facing any problem.

Trump stated more, “Other countries do it differently. It’s a whole different story, raking and cleaning things, and they don’t have any problem.”

Wildfire reportedly has nearly 10,000 residences turned into ashes and its intensity have forced 52,000 people for immigration. Paradise is a town in Butte County, California, comprises a population of 27,000, victimized by most deadly the Camp Fire in a century, caused destruction of the remote areas of Magalia and Concow.