Monthly Archives: January 2017
EPA’s “regulatory overreach” would be much harder “if the agency is a lot smaller,” said Myron Ebell, the former head of President Trump’s EPA transition team
The latest from Trump's new administration.
Leading Republicans weigh in -- after public outcry and about 48 hours of deliberation.
The Ohio governor said Trump has “a right” to be concerned about immigrants but that his aides did not prepare properly for its rollout or aftermath.
Rep. James Sensenbrenner tells a questioner at a town hall, "We have to have a better vetting process."
"This executive order sends a signal ... that America does not want Muslims coming into our country," Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham said.
Robert Gates said that the order only adds to the impression that the U.S. is pulling back globally, posing a problem for the man nominated to be secretary of state.
One senator says Democrats should now slow-walk Trump's Cabinet nominees in response.
A top Republican on the Senate Committee on Homeland Security said Sunday that President Trump’s order halting travel by refugees and citizens of seven countries was not fully vetted before it was implemented. Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) fell short of criticizing the order, but he suggested that the action wasn’t fully thought through by the […]
“We have to keep our talented people in this country,” Trump said in November 2015.