California is burning, and the president is fired up about Pelosi not doing her job correctly, suggesting she should take care of her own backyard. Instead, she has focused herself so much on the impeachment inquiry, the people from her state are suffering the consequences.

“I think Nancy Pelosi has lost her mind and I think, frankly, that she should go back home to San Francisco,” the president told reporters on Sunday, Nov. 3, outside the White House.

“If you look at what’s happening to her district, her district is going to hell with homeless that they’re not taking care of, with needles all over the street, with tents, with people, with sanitation, with horrible things being washed into the ocean, the Pacific Ocean,” said the president.

Carl Wallace, who said he is homeless and lives on the streets, waves to people passing by in Sacramento, Calif., on June 26, 2019. New government data, released Wednesday show the number of people experiencing homelessness in Sacramento County has increased 19% over the last two years. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo)

“I think Nancy Pelosi—her district has probably gone down more than any district, proportionately, in the United States,” the president said and he continued, “All she thinks about is impeachment, but she doesn’t want to impeach. You know who wants to impeach? The people that run the party, the radical left.”

The president turned his focus onto other parts of California, with the state’s raging fires causing him some angst. Things need to turn around said the president.

Management is to blame for the fires, lamented the president, with the same scenario happening every year. “You’ve got fires eating away at California every year because management is so bad.” The governor doesn’t know—he’s like a child. He doesn’t know what he’s doing. And I’ve been telling this for two years: They’ve got to take care of it,” said the president.

A firefighter battles the Kincade Fire near Geyserville, Calif., on Oct. 24, 2019. Portions of Northern California remain in the dark after Pacific Gas & Electric Co. cut power to prevent wildfires from sparking during dry and windy conditions. (Noah Berger/AP Photo)

Californian Gov. Gavin Newsom last week declared a state of emergency, with around 98,842 acres destroyed by wildfires, and 11,000 people evacuated.

“Every request we made of the Trump administration has been granted, and I just want to thank them again for moving expeditiously as they have to support our efforts here,” Newsom said Wednesday, Oct.31.

The president didn’t beat about the bush however, and Newsom didn’t escape the president’s ire on Twitter. The president was hot under the collar, and suggested looking for handouts from the federal government every bushfire season was no remedy.

“No more,” the president tweeted. “Get your act together Governor. You don’t see close to the level of burn in other states.

 

 

“I told him from the first day we met that he must ‘clean’ his forest floors regardless of what his bosses, the environmentalists, DEMAND of him. Must also do burns and cut fire stoppers,” he tweeted.

Newsom was quick to get into a Twitter spat with the president:

 

‘The Democrats are Fixers, and they are working overtime to FIX the Impeachment “Process” in order to hurt the Republican Party and me,’ Trump wrote.

 

‘Nancy Pelosi should instead Fix her broken District, and Corrupt Adam should clean up & manage the California forests, which are always burning!’ he said, with reference to Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Committee and running the impeachment inquiry against him.