Biden to Visit Devastated Areas of California on Thursday

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden will travel to California’s central coast Thursday to visit areas that have been devastated by extreme weather.

The White House said in a statement Monday that the president would visit with first responders and state and local officials, survey recovery efforts and assess what additional federal support is needed.

The president’s trip was announced as the ninth atmospheric river in a three-week series of major winter storms was churning through California.

The storms have dumped rain and snow on California since late December, cutting power to thousands, swamping roads, toppling trees, unleashing debris flows and triggering landslides.

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Comments

  1. Gracias Dios!! Rain is good

  2. Adriana E Peacock says

    How about visiting the border instead?

  3. Climate crisis panhandling tour.

  4. Maybe he visited all of Newsom’s new water storage facilities.
    We could have accumulated enough water to keep us out of droughts for years.
    Maybe not….

  5. Whoever is in the photo op will resemble the Addams Family.

  6. Richard Wahl says

    Debris flows – the result of not taking care of forests for 40 years and then having fires. Fish win – people lose. Don’t send Bidet money. Keep it here and take care of things ourselves. States rights. Local control.

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