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When answering questions from reporters with California officials on the forest fires of the state on Saturday Trump said that the management of the "soil of the forest" is important To avoid future environmental disasters such as the US's Campfire, which has become the state's deadliest and most destructive fire in its history. Then he pointed to a conversation he said had spoken to Niinisto.
"They see in other countries where they do it differently, and it's a very different story," he said. "I was with the Finnish president and he said:" We are a forest nation. And they spend a lot of time with raking, cleaning and things, and they have no problem, and if that is so, that's a very small problem. "
Now it seems the conversation never ends When asked by the Finnish newspaper Ilta-Sanomat, Niinisto said he did not remember discussing the Harken, although he remembered telling the President, "We take care of our forests."  Apart from the fact that the Finnish president had suggested that this conversation about the Harken took place exclusively in Trump's head, maybe just at that moment when the words fell out of his mouth, it's not the first time that Trump has Harken, referring to California's fires, just one day before visiting Paradise, the Californian city that was essentially burned down by the campfire, Trump once again mentioned raking.
It seems that his quoted source denies that such a conversation has ever taken place, it is unclear how and why The President has found this bizarre and highly simplified solution to a complex problem.