After bruising confirmation battle, Trump's EPA nominee Scott Pruitt expected to clear Senate vote

February 17, 2017
Donald Trump’s embattled nominee to run the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to get final approval from the Senate on Friday after withstanding a prolonged assault from environmentalists who warn he is a menace to clean air and water. 

The likely approval of Oklahoma Atty. Gen. Scott...

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