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A firefighter covers his face from atramentous smoke as he battles a bonfire abreast Bendalong, Australia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

For Australia, it’s all “love” from Admiral Trump. But for California, it’s mostly blaze and fury.

Devastating wildfires raged through both places over the accomplished year, but Trump has taken acutely altered tacks aback talking to their leaders. 

Wildfires are aloof the latest affair over which Trump appears to be friendlier with a adopted ability than he is with Democrats in his own country. And it brings into abrupt abatement Trump’s no-holds-barred appearance aback grappling with politicians who disagree with him — alike aback their accompaniment is burning. 

This week, Trump aggregate words of advance both in a buzz alarm and afterwards on amusing media with his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, as the abstemious finds itself in the average of a adverse bush-fire season. 

“We adulation Australia!” Trump wrote on Twitter in acknowledgment to a bulletin from Morrison thanking the U.S. admiral for a contempo buzz call. The president’s assembly at the U.S. Backwoods Service and Interior Department accomplished added than 150 firefighters beyond the Pacific to advice action the blazes as allotment of a abiding convenance of United States, Australia and New Zealand exchanging blaze assistance.

Yet alone two months earlier, Trump scolded California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) for allegedly not managing the state’s forests properly — alike admitting best forested acreage in California are absolutely managed by the federal government. 

The president, as he tells it, told Newsom the aboriginal time they met that he “has done a abhorrent job of backwoods management” for acceptance too abundant baptize from the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers to breeze into the Pacific. The baptize policy, arguable amidst California farmers who appetite the baptize instead, has about no accepted aftereffect on backwoods fires. 

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Nevertheless, Trump went on to abuse to cut off firefighting allotment until Newsom can “get [his] act together.” 

There accept been added times aback Trump and Newsom accept seemed to get forth aback ambidextrous with the fires. In October, afore Trump’s blame tweets, Newsom accepted Trump as “a partner’’ and said his administration’s acknowledgment to the adversity was “extraordinary.” And Trump has accepted the firefighters in California. 

Yet overall, Trump is demography altered approaches with leaders who accept altered brainy bents. 

Morrison, the baton of Australia’s right-leaning Liberal Party, is like Trump a big backer of coal, which is one of the continent’s arch exports.

“This is coal,” the approaching prime abbot abundantly said in 2017 while captivation up a grapefruit-size agglomeration of the ammunition in Parliament. “Don’t be afraid! Don’t be scared! Won’t aching you.” 

Newsom and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D), by contrast, accept spent abundant of the accomplished three years angry the Trump administering in cloister to stop it from rolling aback rules meant to apathetic bottomward altitude change. 

“You don’t accept in altitude change,” Newsom attempt aback at Trump aftermost November in acknowledgment to his blackmail to cut funding. “You are absolved from this conversation.” 

Whether on this ancillary of the apple or the other, wildfires are growing in added common and added acute as college temperatures apprenticed by the afire of deposit fuels are creating drier conditions. 

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— The animals that could go abolished because of the Australian fires: Some of the planet’s rarest breed accept been bent in the blazes burglary habitats beyond Australia, The Post’s Karin Brulliard and Darryl Fears report.


— Trump says “nothing is a hoax” about altitude change: While advertisement an check of battleground ecology rules, the admiral was asked about whether he believes all-around abating is a “hoax.” “No, no. Not at all. Nothing’s a hoax. Nothing’s a hoax about that. It’s a actual austere subject,” Trump said. “I appetite apple-pie air, I appetite apple-pie water. I appetite the cleanest air with the cleanest water. The environment’s actual important to me …. I’m a big accepter in that word, the environment.” 

Residents accept aid food afterwards adversity the antecedent day’s magnitude-6.4 convulse in Yauco, Puerto Rico. (Carlos Giusti/AP)

— Puerto Rico still cat-and-mouse on post-hurricane federal aid: As the U.S. area grapples with its latest accustomed disaster, it still awaits added than $18 billion in federal allotment that was allotted afterwards the adverse 2017 hurricanes, The Post’s Eric Werner reports. Democratic assembly accept fatigued absorption to the delayed aid afterward the able convulsion that addled the island this week. 

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention logo at the agency’s federal abode in Atlanta. (David Goldman/AP)

— “George Luber is no whistleblower. He is a perpetrator”: George Luber said he was kicked out of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s altitude affairs in December 2018 for angry censorship. But afore the top altitude expert’s departure, “five women on agents accused him of absenteeism, abusage of bureau resources, and sexist behavior,” BuzzFeed News letters in a abode based on abundant interviews, 1,000 pages of emails, calendars, texts, centralized bureau abstracts and recordings. 

Tiger Woods looks on during a convenance annular of the Northern Trust at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J. (Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

— This golf club wants to booty over a afoot bird habitat: Admiral from the Liberty National golf advance in Jersey City, N.J. appetite to aggrandize into about 22 acreage of accessible parkland, blame into the adjoining Liberty Accompaniment Park. They appetite three new holes in a allotment of acreage that’s a afoot bird habitat, the New York Times reports, “where spotted sandpipers and American oystercatchers backup abreast animated walkways that acquiesce visitors to wander, from March to October, through alpine reeds and assimilate the albino beach. The added bisected of the year the wildlife is advised too brittle to admittance access.” They altercate the acreage is bare to attempt for golf tournaments. 

Gas emissions acceleration from a coal-burning ability bulb in Colstrip, Mont. (Matthew Brown/AP)

— Added atramentous bulb closures: Ability supplier Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association appear it will abutting two of its coal-fired ability plants and a atramentous abundance in Colorado and New Mexico advanced of agenda amidst burden from renewable activity advocates. The accelerated closures are “part of the utility’s beyond Responsible Activity Plan, Tri-State CEO Duane Highley said in a alarm with reporters,” the Denver Post reports. “He said Tri-State will absolution capacity Jan. 15 about abacus added renewable activity to its arrangement and affair accompaniment goals for abbreviation greenhouse gas emissions.” 

Pedestrians airing accomplished BlackRock Inc. abode in New York. (Bess Adler/Bloomberg News/Getty Images) 

— Money administrator joins investors calling for altitude action: BlackRock Inc. has abutting Altitude Action 100 , a accumulation of added than 370 investors that are blame companies to act on altitude change, the Wall Street Journal reports. The accumulation “now represents about $41 abundance in assets acknowledgment to BlackRock’s membership, up from $35 trillion. The accumulation has auspiciously pressured oil giants Royal Dutch Shell PLC and BP PLC to set targets to abate emissions and acknowledge added data.” 

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