President Trump outlined how he would address environmental concerns and sounded the alarm about getting the US involved in global climate deals because they blunt the country’s competitive edge.
The president was asked about climate change because of the wildfires in California during an interview on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday. He said the fires could be curbed using controlled burns and clearing the forest ground of combustible materials, pointing to European forest management, and adding that he has discussed the strategy with California Governor Gavin Newsom.
“Look around you have forests as all over the world, you don’t have fires like you do in California. In Europe they have forest cities. You look at countries, Austria, you look at so many countries, they live in the forest. They’re considered forest cities – so many of them, and they don’t have fires like this, and they have more explosive trees. They have trees that will catch easier. But they maintain