Katy Perry SLAMS Trump California wildfire tweet judgmental state & # 39; so poor & # 39; forest management
Katy Perry slammed down President Donald Trump for commenting on the three California forest fires that ravaged the state.
& # 39; This is an absolutely heartless reaction, she said on the Saturday chatter. & # 39; There is not even politics involved. Just good American families who lose their house while you tweet, evacuating in shelters. & # 39;
In a 2am tweet, Trump threatened to refuse federal payments to California due to gross mismanagement & # 39; of his forests, because the state is plagued by three huge forest fires.
Katy Perry went to her Instagram on Saturday to destroy President Donald Trump for commenting on the three California forest fires that have plagued the state
& # 39; This is an absolutely heartless answer, she said in the Saturday-tweet. & # 39; There is not even politics involved. Just good American families who lose their house while tweeting, evacuate to the shelters
He wrote: "There is no reason for this huge, deadly and expensive forest fires in California, except that forest management is so poor.
"Billions of dollars are given every year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Solution now, or no Fed payments anymore! & # 39;
On Friday night, Trump issued an emergency statement with federal funds to help the thousands of firefighters struggle to control the flames that have been building over 200 square kilometers across the state.
The blaze has burned most of the Northern California city of Paradise and killed at least nine people.
President Donald Trump threatened to withhold federal payments to California for gross mismanagement & # 39; of his forests in a bimonthly tweet, because the state is plagued by three massive forest fires
On Friday evening, Trump issued an emergency statement with federal funds to help the thousands of firefighters who work tirelessly to control the flames
The campfire in Butte County north of Sacramento was only five percent included from 1.30 am local time Saturday.
In Southern California, the Hill and Woolsey fires have scorched more than 40,000 acres, forcing more than 250,000 residents around the Ventura and Los Angeles provinces to evacuate.
Those fires, which contained zero percent on Saturday mornings, declined from both sides in the town of Thousand Oaks, leaving the community still in a hurry by a massive shooting that left a dozen dead in a local bar on Wednesday night.
This map shows the three major fires that destroy California, two in the south and one in the north