U.S President Trump owes the communities and first responders an apology for blaming the state’s deadly wildfires on “poor” forest management. 11/11/2018 No comment California firefighters' union leader said President Trump owes the communities and first responders an apology for blaming the state's deadly wildfires on "poor" forest management. https://t.co/WemUZLcjwJ — NBC News (@NBCNews) November 11, 2018 Source: Twitter Related Tags: #Trump #U.S Post navigation Previous Previous post: Department of State: Today, @SecPompeo met with French Foreign Minister @JY_LeDrian in Paris. They discussed U.S.-French cooperation on resolving global security challengesNext Next post: Extreme winds whip up flames from the raging Woolsey fire threatening Malibu, California creating a ‘firenado,’ spewing sparks and kicking up debris Related Posts Eric Shawn reports: Is Pres. Trump right on NFL protests? By Robert Williams 25/09/2017 Former NSA official claims agency hacked DNC, not Russia By Robert Williams 02/08/2016 U.S.-Angola Strategic Dialogue By Robert Williams 28/11/2015 You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.