President Trump Donald John Trump Judge blocks White House requirement for new immigrant health care: reports that Trump plunged into boom before joining MSG before UFC 244 Trump: "I'd be glad" to host Ukrainian president in the White House MORE  toppled the governor of California on Sunday Gavin Newsom Gavin Christopher NewsomCalif. government: State may take PG&E following bankruptcy crisis Governor of California Newsom and family dress like Democrats for Halloween progressives and California's New Dark Ages MORE (D) as wild fires devastate Golden State, that he did a "terrible job of forest management" and threatened to withhold federal financial aid.
"I told him from the first day we met that he had to 'clean' his forest floors, no matter what his bosses, environmentalists, NEED him. They also have to burn and cut the flames, "Trump says in a tweet.
" Every year, when the fury of the fire and California burns, it's the same thing – and then it comes to the federal government for $$ $ help, no more. Take your act with the manager together.
Trump also said crews are working well to extinguish "huge and many" fires.
"Great firefighters! Also open ridiculously closed water lanes coming down from the north. Don't pour it in the Pacific. It should be done right now. California desperate he needs water and you can have it now! "he tweeted.
The Governor of California, @GavinNewsom did a terrible job of managing forests. From the first day I met, I told him. that he needs to "clean" his forest floors, whatever his bosses, environmentalists require, and they must also make burns and cut the flames of fire …..
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump ) November 3, 2019
Tweets are coming as several wildfires are burning in northern and southern California.  According to the Los Angeles Times, the Kinkade Fire north of San Francisco is the largest active flame. It has burned more than 77,000 acres since the beginning of last month and is 74 percent contained.