President Donald Trump landed in Sacramento, California for a briefing about the wildfires that have killed at least 33 people and forced thousands from their homes.
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The US president wasn’t buying what an expert from the California Natural Resources Agency was telling him. Source: Associated Press
Trump has blamed poor forest management for the deadly fires, though many of the blazes have roared through coastal chaparral and grasslands, not forest.
When addressing reporters after exiting Air Force One, Trump was asked if climate change was also part of the problem, in combination with forest management.
Trump said he thinks, "a lot of things are possible." But he says when it comes to forests, downed trees and dried leaves on the ground eventually "just explode."
The president said countries in Europe don't have the same issues with wildfires because they manage their forests. "So we have to do that in California," …