Numerous celebrities slammed President TrumpDonald TrumpFormer New York state Senate candidate charged in riot Trump called acting attorney general almost daily to push election voter fraud claim: report GOP senator clashes with radio caller who wants identity of cop who shot Babbitt MORE on social media after he blamed the fast-growing wildfires in California on mismanagement by state officials and threatened to withdraw federal funding.

"There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor," Trump said on Twitter early Saturday morning.


"Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!” he continued.

Shortly after his remarks, Katy Perry, Sarah Silverman, Ava DuVernay and other Hollywood stars took to Twitter to rail against the president.

“This is an absolutely heartless response,” Perry said on Twitter. “There aren’t even politics involved. Just good American families losing their homes as you tweet, evacuating into shelters.”

“Stop re-enacting your father’s coldness toward you,” Silverman also chimed in on Twitter. “You’re not Fred Trump and we aren’t 10 year old you. Stop it, you shitty shitty person. Feign humanity.”

DuVernay echoed similar remarks on Twitter, calling Trump “demented” and telling her followers to “never stop saying it." 

Comedian Ike Barinholtz took the chance to not only bash Trump for his tweet about the wildfires in California on Twitter but also for canceling a cemetery visit in France on the same day due to bad weather.

“This piece of shit flew to France to celebrate our victory in WW1, blew off the ceremony because it’s raining and instead is threatening California while we are literally on fire,” Barinholtz said.

Several other celebrities who are also longtime critics of the president, including Bette Midler and Kathy Griffin, also joined others in calling out the president for his tweet. 

Trump’s comments about the massive wildfires in the state came shortly after he declared a state of emergency for California, which allows federal assistance to supplement local response as blazes continue to scorch the state.

State officials have said at least nine people have died in a deadly Northern California blaze, which has been dubbed the Camp Fire.

Trump later took to Twitter on Saturday evening to offer his support for “those fighting the fires” in California, in addition to the families who evacuated their homes this week due to the blaze and those who lost loved ones in the fires.

“More than 4,000 are fighting the Camp and Woolsey Fires in California that have burned over 170,000 acres," Trump tweeted. “Our hearts are with those fighting the fires, the 52,000 who have evacuated, and the families of the 11 who have died. The destruction is catastrophic. God Bless them all.”