President Donald Trump on Sunday, Nov. 3, accused Gov. Gavin Newsom of poor forest management by letting wildfires rage across California, threatening to stop federal aid to the state.

“The Governor of California, @GavinNewsom, has done a terrible job of forest management. 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,” President Trump tweeted.

The president then complained that Newsom keeps asking the federal government for money as the fire’s rage and California burns every year.

“No more. Get your act together Governor. You don’t see close to the level of burn in other states,” President Trump said, adding, “Our teams are working well together in putting these massive, and many, fires out. Great firefighters!”

The president also urged Newsom to “open up the ridiculously closed water lanes coming down from the North. Don’t pour it out into the Pacific Ocean. Should be done immediately. California desperately needs water, and you can have it now!”

According to California wildfires map from the Los Angeles Times, the state currently has 11 active fires. The most recent fire is the Sobrante fire, which started on Nov. 1, burning 35 acres so far.

California wildfires map on Nov. 3, 2019. (Los Angeles Times)

The largest active fire is the Kincade Fire, which has burned 77,758 acres so far. It started on Oct. 23 and is 76% contained.