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Both President Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden spoke Monday about the wildfires burning across the West. Mr. Trump disputed the science of climate change, while Biden called him a "climate arsonist." CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN to talk about the latest from Washington.
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Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden has attacked President Donald Trumpon climate change, saying the wildfire and hurricane conditions that have beenbattering the US will only grow worse if he is re-elected. It came aswildfires ravage the western United States and Hurricane Sally batters...

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