Whitman Fears EPA Demise Under Trump, Endorses Inslee For Biden Chief

September 16, 2020
Former EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman, a Republican who served under President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2003, says she fears a second term for President Donald Trump will mean the “end” of the agency, while believing that Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) would be a “wonderful” new EPA administrator under a Biden administration. “I mean, let me just say right up-front, I think that if Trump gets re-elected, that’s going to be pretty much the end of EPA,”...

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