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Hollywood Celebs Slam Trump for Tweets About California Wildfires

Hollywood celebrities slammed Trump on Twitter for blaming the California Forest Management for the California fires

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Donald Trump has not been Hollywood’s favorite person. Since the beginning of his campaign, celebrities have criticized the way he handles his Twitter. This Saturday was no different. Trump wrote a chain of tweets. He expressed his sympathies for California fires’ survivors. He also blamed the California authorities for poor forest management. Celebrities were quick to slam Trump for his tweets.

Trumps Tweets to Blame California Forest Management

Donald Trump wrote and posted a series of tweets. He blamed the California forest management for the California wildfires. In these tweets, he recorded how much damage has happened. He said that it was due to the poor management of the California authorities.

Official Reaction

After Trump’s tweet, there was a rebuttal. The official response came from California Professional Firefighters President Brian K. Rice;

“Wildfires are sparked and spread not only in forested areas but in populated areas and open fields fueled by parched vegetation, high winds, low humidity and geography. Moreover, nearly 60 percent of California forests are under federal management, and another two-thirds under private control. It is the federal government that has chosen to divert resources away from forest management, not California. Natural disasters are not “red” or “blue” – they destroy regardless of party. Right now, families are in mourning, thousands have lost homes, and a quarter-million Americans have been forced to flee. At this desperate time, we would encourage the president to offer support in word and deed, instead of recrimination and blame.”

Celebrities Affected by California Wildfires

Hollywood has been affected by the Wolsey fires. Celebrities have posted about the fires on their social media. They also posted updates about their own safety.

Celebrities also thanked the fire fighters. They appreciated their relentless efforts to help the people.

Celebrities had to evacuate their homes, many lost them. Some were displaced and found shelter eventually. Fires reaching Malibu burned down many studios and filming venues. Hollywood certainly is in distress, all of California is. Though, they have managed to be supportive to each other and all of America throughout this ordeal.

Hollywood Slams Trump

Now imagine how shocked those affected by the fires felt after hearing President Trump’s statements. It was petty that he resorted to blaming the authorities. Moreover, he threatened to cut funding. Rice’s statement was not the only response. Hollywood celebrities also reacted to Trump’s tweets. All of the stars were disappointed and furious. The actors and actresses were quick to respond to Trump’s tweet on social media.

Some celebrities pointed out that Trump’s administration was responsible for the forest fires.

So, it becomes very clear that celebrities are not happy with Trump’s stance on the California fires. They have urged people to help each other. Many of them have shared links to help find lost family members and friends. They have also made it a point to thank the authorities for helping people in trouble.

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