I have always said President Trump is a uniter!
Even though the Media tries to pit us against each other, Trump unites!
And that was on display again while he toured California to survey the destruction of the wildfires.
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With two of the most far-left people around, Governor Jerry Brown and incoming Governor-elect Gavin Newsome, President Trump was at his best!
Here's more, from YourCentralValley:
It's been a week since President Donald Trump tweeted heated comments criticizing California's forest management -- not to mention threats to halt federal funding. Saturday he was in a different tune, having hearty handshakes with the state's governor and governor-elect and calling for united support for those harmed by the fires.
From one aircraft to another, Trump stayed focused on the reason he came to California as soon as he touched down at Beale Air Force Base in the Golden State. Going from Air Force One straight to a helicopter headed for the Camp Fire in Butte County.
As he surveyed the damage, he talked with victims who have lost everything. As he did, he stood strong on a message of unity. All the while standing side-by-side with the Jerry Brown and Gavin Newsome.
"Jerry and I have been speaking, Gavin and I have now gotten to know each other," Trump said when he addressed media in Paradise. "We're all going to work together and we'll do a real job."
A message, just a week after calling out the way the state has managed its forests, going as far to say it's the reason the wildfires have gotten to this magnitude.
That criticism is why some evacuees weren't excited about Trump's visit.
The Washington Times had more:
Multiple polls have revealed that Americans are tired of political discord and partisan attacks, which started when President Trump ran for office, and continue as he approaches his second anniversary in office. The public associates this rigid negativity with the “do-nothing Congress” and gridlock. Civility — which often proves more efficient and productive than combat in fostering compromise — is rare indeed.
But it has not disappeared altogether. It surfaced in the midst of the terrible California fires as Mr. Trump, California Gov. Jerry Brown and incoming Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom set an example of cooperation and empathy in troubled times.
“So many people from so many different places and backgrounds and services have pulled together. And I can say: Thanks to the firefighters and first responders, and thanks to the federal government. FEMA has been terrific. And I really appreciate the president himself being here and putting the focus and the spotlight on probably the worst tragedy that California has ever faced,” Mr. Brown said during a brief press event at a command post in Chico, California.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy was there as well.
“We have Gov. Brown and Gov.-elect Newsom with us. It was the four of us in the car driving, talking, seeing ways that we can work together. And I listened to Gov.-elect Newsom and Gov. Brown thanking this president for how fast he signed to declare a disaster so the federal funds can be there, working to make sure we can rebuild it,” Mr. McCarthy told Fox News in the aftermath.
“You’ve got a divided nation. And here we had a tragic situation, I watched this president unite people that have difference of opinion. Because the first thing we are, we are all Americans. And the one thing I look for in my leader, especially in a time of need, is to show the statesmanship that I watched this president do today,” Mr. McCarthy said. “And not only did he deal with these fires, he went and dealt with the recent shooting, meeting some of the families, meeting the first responders. The way this president reacts and the way the first responders react to this president because of the respect he gives them, I tell you it is a moving situation if you’ve ever been in it to see it.”