Gavin Newsom less warm toward Trump on wildfire aid during VP Harris visit
Added 01-22-22 02:29:01am EST - “California Gov. Gavin Newsom appeared to change his tone regarding support from the Trump administration on wildfires Friday while welcoming Vice President Kamala Harris for talks about one of the state's most vexing ?" and costly…” - Foxnews.com
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom appeared to change his tone regarding support from the Trump administration on wildfires Friday while welcoming Vice President Kamala Harris for talks about one of the state's most vexing – and costly – problems.
During a news conference with Harris in San Bernardino, Newsom claimed he had a "sparring" relationship with the Trump White House as he sought to obtain federal funding to combat the deadly blazes – just over a year after he had praised the former president for providing the aid.
"What a difference a year makes," Newsom said at the U.S. Forest Service’s Del Rosa Fire Station, where Harris touted the inclusion of funding for wildfire recovery in the massive bipartisan infrastructure spending bill that President Biden signed into law earlier this year – and that has been viewed by many as the Biden-Harris administration's most significant accomplishment after a year in office.
"It was a different place when we were battling it out with the (Trump) White House," Newsom said, according to the San Bernardino Sun. "We’re not talking now about a sparring partnership, but a working partnership."
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