Trump to pull nomination of top environmental adviser
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The White House is confirming plans to withdraw the nomination of a climate change skeptic to serve as President Donald Trump's top environmental adviser.
Kathleen Hartnett White was announced last October as Trump's choice to chair the Council on Environmental Quality.
But White's nomination languished and was among a batch of nominations the Senate sent back to the White House when it adjourned at the end of 2017.
Trump would have had to resubmit White's nomination.
The Washington Post first reported late Saturday on the plans to pull White's nomination,... read more
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