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Donald Trump Finally Pays a Price for His False and Reckless Words - The New Yorker
What can’t be denied is that, yet again, the White House is in the soup. The President and his aides now know that words and truth do matter. Yet they continue to act as if they are oblivious. At a press conference with Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, on Friday afternoon, a German reporter asked Trump, “Why do you keep saying things you know are not true?” Trump didn’t answer directly. When another German reporter asked Trump about the White House citing claims that the British government bugged him, he refused to take responsibility. “We said nothing,” he said. “All we did was quote a certain very talented legal mind who was the one responsible for saying that on television. I didn’t make an opinion on it.” And, once again, Trump refused to back off the discredited claim that Obama bugged him. Looking at Merkel, whose phone the N.S.A. reportedly tapped for years, he said, jokingly, “At least we have something in common, perhaps.”
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While Trump tweets grab spotlight, appointees make crucial changes - San Francisco Chronicle
The Environmental Protection Agency has dumped an Obama administration rule requiring oil and natural gas companies to provide information on their methane emissions, a key contributor to global warming. New EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt explained that the administration wanted to “reduce burdens on businesses.”

On his first full day in office Thursday, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke angered environmentalists by reversing an Obama ban on the use of lead ammunition and fishing tackle in federal wildlife refuges. The outgoing administration said the the order would protect birds from lead poisoning — Zinke said its repeal, and another order seeking to expand federal lands open to recreation and fishing, would boost industries that create “thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity.”
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