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Trump’s Climate-Denying Coal Lobbyist Nominee Inches Closer To EPA’s No. 2 Job

Trump’s Climate-Denying Coal Lobbyist Nominee Inches Closer To EPA’s No. 2 Job

Andrew Wheeler, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be Environmental Protection Agency deputy administrator, is inching closer to the EPA’s No. 2 job, and the his nomination is expected to be advanced by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in a vote on Wednesday. Critics fear that his confirmation will speed the Trump administration’s rollback of environmental and public health protections, and make a lasting impact.

Who Is Raj Shah? White House Aide Called Donald Trump ‘Deplorable’ | by Donal Trumps NEWS

Who Is Raj Shah? White House Aide Called Donald Trump ‘Deplorable’ | by Donal Trumps NEWS

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Melania swatted Donald Trump’s hand again in 2018

Melania swatted Donald Trump’s hand again in 2018

First Lady Melania seemingly swatted President Donald Trump’s hand once again as the pair put on an overt display of unity and companionship while headed for a day trip to Ohio amid chatter about the status of their marriage.

When both leaving and returning to the White House on Monday, the president played the role of gentleman, affectionately escorting his Mrs. to and from Marine One.

Twitter users speculated whether Melania was as cheery as she put on for cameras – after she was captured hiding her hand beneath an attention-grabbing canary yellow full length overcoat while the president appeared to make a romantic gesture.

‘Melania is totally pissed off at her fake husband,’ one Twitter speculator wrote. ‘In Florida she came down stairs and walked right past him. Now they are in Ohio. He tried to take her hand and she pulled away. Stormy Daniels has blown up the marriage. I hope she sues for divorce.’

Another suggested: ‘I have realized that Melania wears her coats draped over her shoulders because it makes it impossible for Donald to hold her hand.’

Cuomo CAN’T Get A STRAlGHT Answer From Mick Mulvaney On DACA, “What is Trump’s Position on DREAMERS

Cuomo CAN’T Get A STRAlGHT Answer From Mick Mulvaney On DACA, “What is Trump’s Position on DREAMERS

Cuomo CAN’T Get A STRAlGHT Answer From Mick Mulvaney On DACA, “What is Trump’s Position on DREAMERS?
CUOMO ASKED THIS QUESTION FOUR TIMES.
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Mick Mulvaney allowed to lead Trump’s consumer bureau amid tumult

Mick Mulvaney allowed to lead Trump’s consumer bureau amid tumult

Mick Mulvaney allowed to lead Trump’s consumer bureau amid tumult

Mick Mulvaney can keep leading the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — for now.
A federal judge ordered on Wednesday that Mulvaney will be allowed to carry on as the bureau’s acting director after denying an injunction request from his challenger, Leandra English.
English — who was appointed to lead the CFPB by predecessor Richard Cordray — got into a perplexing dilemma after President Trump ignored Cordray’s orders and tapped Mulvaney as the acting financial protection czar, even though he was already heading the government’s Management and Budget Office.
English, who has been with the CFPB since its 2011 inception, subsequently lobbed a lawsuit and engaged in some public sparring with Mulvaney, a longtime critic of the bureau he now heads.
Arguing that she is the agency’s rightful director, English will likely appeal U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly’s ruling — but she might run in to a brick wall.
Kelly noted in his Wednesday night ruling that Trump’s executive authority could “override” the order of succession laid out in the Dodd-Frank Act, the Obama-era federal law that founded the CFPB.
“Under English’s reading, the CFPB’s Director has unchecked authority to decide who will inherit the potent regulatory and enforcement powers of that office, as well as the privilege of insulation from direct presidential control,” Kelly wrote. “Such authority appears to lack any precedent among other independent agencies.”
Kelly also refuted English’s claim that Trump couldn’t appoint someone who was already heading another executive branch, stressing that Mulvaney will only head the CFPB until Trump has appointed someone else.
Kelly further argued that an injunction would only cause more confusion.
“Granting English an injunction would not bring about more clarity; it would only serve to muddy the waters,” the judge wrote.
English’s attorney, Deepak Gupta, promptly blasted Kelly’s ruling and expressed concern over Mulvaney’s intentions to drastically curtail the bureau’s authority, noting his history of siding with big banks over consumers.
“We are disappointed in today’s decision,” Gupta said in a statement. “Mr. Mulvaney’s appointment undermines the Bureau’s independence and threatens its mission to protect American consumers.”

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After Previous Denials, Republican Loyalists Revise Their Stories Regarding Trump’s “Shithole Countries” Comment

After Previous Denials, Republican Loyalists Revise Their Stories Regarding Trump’s “Shithole Countries” Comment

President Donald Trump has uttered many outlandish remarks targeting women, minority groups and others through the years. The real estate mogul’s most offensive and outrageous comment thus far regarding his reference to Haiti, El Salvador and Africa as “Shithole Countries”, came Sunday as he defended himself after several days of controversy over his remarks about African countries, telling reporters, “I am not a racist.

Trump\’s Most Controversial Tweets of 2017

Trump\’s Most Controversial Tweets of 2017

Tweeter was Trump\’s weapon this year. Through it, he updated the country of his new policies and almost caused a war.

Pence trip to middle east overshadowed by trump’s jerusalem decision

Pence trip to middle east overshadowed by trump’s jerusalem decision

Pence trip to middle east overshadowed by trump’s jerusalem decision
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will underscore the U.S. partnership with Isra…

Trump’s Controversial Pick For EPA Post Withdraws Nomination

Trump’s Controversial Pick For EPA Post Withdraws Nomination

According to two Senate aides, Michael Dourson, President Donald Trump’s controversial pick to head the EPA chemical office, has withdrawn his nomination after facing heavy criticism over his close tied to the chemical industry. Dourson had spent decades conducting research that chemical manufacturers used to downplay the risks of hazardous substances.

Trump’s Push To Cut “Bloated Federal Bureaucracy” Already Has Modest Impact

Trump’s Push To Cut “Bloated Federal Bureaucracy” Already Has Modest Impact

According to a report by Reuters, President Donald Trump’s campaign to reduce the size of the “bloated federal bureaucracy” has already made a dent in the federal workforce. Just days after his inauguration in January, Trump ordered a hiring freeze which was soon replaced with an order to cut staff immediately. In April, the White House Office of Management and Budget issued an order for agencies to start staffing cuts and to submit plans for longer-term reductions by September.