U.S. wildfire President Trump to California to figure out the situation September 13 at 5:32 a.m.
U.S. President Trump is expected to visit the site to understand the situation of wildfires in western California, which is growing to the worst in history, and is expected to stress that he is focusing on responding to the November presidential election.
Wildfires continue in various parts of the Western United States, with a burned area of 1.25 million hectares in California, the worst ever, and at least 22 deaths so far in Oregon and Washington.
The White House issued a statement Today announcing that President Trump will visit California on The 14th to be explained by local officials and other officials in order to understand the situation.
It has been pointed out that global warming is behind the continued wildfires, and there are increasing calls in the local community for measures to be strengthened.
“Climate change is a real threat to our lives,” Biden, the opposition Democratic Party of Japan’s candidate, issued a statement Thursday, announcing that “climate change is a real threat to our lives. President Trump may try to deny it, but this is an undeniable fact,” he said, criticizing President Trump for his negative response to global warming.
President Trump has stressed that he is focusing on responding by visiting the site, and there is likely to be an effort to fenge off criticism.