>> US President Donald Trump toured what was left behind from the most destructive wildfire in California history on Saturday, as the search for the missing in the campfire intensifies. At least 71 people were killed, and more than 1,000 people still missing in that fire alone, as wildfires burn elsewhere in northern and southern California.
Trump toured the devastation in the town of Paradise with California Governor Jerry Brown and Governor elect Gavin Newsom. Trump pointing to forest mismanagement as the primary cause of the recent spate of fires.>> We do have do management, maintenance, and we will be working also with environmental groups.
I think everybody seen the light, and I don't think we'll have this again to this extent.>> Paradise was home to nearly 27,000 people before the camp fire broke out over a week ago. Now it's wasteland, after the entire community went up in smoke. Authorities have been trying to piece together clues on the residents, and are compiling a list of names of those still unaccounted for.
In the city of Chico, just West of Paradise, more than 1000 evacuees seeking safe haven in temporary shelters.>> Supposedly they're gonna open up two new shelters. One is gonna be the old Toys 'R' Us building, and the other is supposed to be the old Sears building. And they want people off the ground, and in a cot, and safe.
>> Though there may be some relief on the horizon. Rain is forecast for the middle of next week.