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Bidens Speak to Victims of the Colorado Wildfires

President Biden and Jill Biden, the first lady, visited neighborhoods that were devastated by the fast-moving fires in Louisville, Colo.

“Jill and I and my team have surveyed the damage of the Marshall fire, and it’s as devastating as it looks on television and as devastating as the many environmental crises I’ve seen in the last year, 2021. And I can’t imagine what it’s like to be here in this neighborhood and see winds whipping up to 100 miles an hour and see flames approaching. Fire, I think, is the most frightening of all dilemmas.” “And I’d like to say on a personal note, the governor told me how many of you lost your family pet and you know, they’re members of the family too. So I want to just say how terribly sorry we are for the loss of your pets because we’re animal people, so, you know, we know what a tough loss that is. So we know you’re strong. You will rebuild and and we’re going to help.”

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Bidens Speak to Victims of the Colorado Wildfires

By Network Pool January 7, 2022

President Biden and Jill Biden, the first lady, visited neighborhoods that were devastated by the fast-moving fires in Louisville, Colo.

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