The former president sent his condolences to the residents of the Hawaiian island, and urged the Biden administration to do more to assist.
"I would like to express my sympathy and warmest regards to the people of Hawaii, and specifically all of those who have been so gravely and irreparably hurt by the tragedy of the wildfires in Maui," Trump began.
"The sad thing is, it should never have happened. Our government was not prepared, and very importantly the aftermath is going very poorly with the governor of the island wanting to blame it on global warming."
Trump went on to slam President Joe Biden's response. When asked about the situation, he had smiled and said simply, "no comment."
Biden later released a statement via X, and announced that $700 would be provided to those impacted by the disaster.
"Hopefully everyone will be able to pull together so that a horrible situation does not get even worse," Trump continued.
"To the families affected, I give you my love and sympathy. Nothing can ever replace your loved ones, but you will always have the memories and will feel their great love surrounding and embracing you. Together we will continue to carry their legacy forward, and I love you all very much."
This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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