In Fire-Ravaged California, Where are the FEMA Trailers?

Hurricane Katrina a dozen years ago left desperate people stranded on rooftops in New Orleans waiting to be rescued, and thousands more languishing in deplorable conditions in the Superdome as President Bush in Air Force One viewed the damage from 30,000 feet. Bush was vilified for congratulating his Federal Emergency Management Agency head for a job well done when there was so much human misery and incompetence for all to see. What we’re witnessing today with the wildfires in California should evoke comparable outrage. Where are the FEMA trailers for the 81,000 people displaced by the Camp fire in northern California?