Two Battalion Chiefs were also sent to Washington for military training for wildfire support.
While firefighters have made some progress this weekend on numerous blazes sweeping through the state, and officials have lowered evacuation requirements for some areas of Clackamas County, the Riverside fire is still a major area of concern, as is the abundance of wildfire smoke throughout the region.
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Beachie Creek and Riverside fires in Oregon.
The president and his administration have sought to pin the blame for the large wildfires on state officials, saying fuel-choked forests and scrub need to be thinned, more firebreaks need to be cut and flammable debris cleared from forest floors.
In California, almost 16,500 firefighters are grappling with 28 major wildfires, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire. Firefighters in the state have not seen anything like this season in more than a century, when the Great Fire of 1910 blazed through more than 3 million acres.
President Donald Trump is expected to receive a briefing on the ongoing crisis while in the Sacramento area on Monday.
Biden and Trump have offered vastly different visions when it comes to tackling the issue of climate change.
"I wish science agreed with you", responded Wade Crowfoot, the head of the California Natural Resources Agency, to which Trump replied: "I don't think science knows, actually".
"We feel very strongly the hots are getting hotter, the dries are getting dryer", Newsom said as he stood alongside Trump, according to a pool report.
"It's apocalyptic", Washington state Governor Jay Inslee told ABC's "This Week".
"It was worse than the Camp Fire, which I didn't think was possible".
"The only moisture in eastern Washington was the tears of people who have lost their homes and mingling with the ashes".
"It's maddening right now we have this cosmic challenge to our communities, the entire West Coast of the United States on fire, to have a president to deny that these are not just wildfires, these are climate fires", he said. "In addition to those vetoes, I am also serving notice of my intention to veto a small number of single items in these appropriation bills that will ensure that the state budget remains in balance".
In recent years, scientists have linked an increasing prevalence and intensity of wildfires to climate change.