A California county is none too happy with Gov. Gavin Newsom after he attempted to take credit for an aid package meant for farmers suffering from catastrophic flooding.
In actuality, that credit should largely be given to the administration of former President Donald Trump.
On Thursday, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Newsom had visited Pajaro, California, the site of catastrophic flooding after heavy rains caused a levee failure last weekend. While visiting, he brought up the $42 million dollars worth of aid incoming to the county.
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