Will The Environment Sector Take The Next Blow From Trump?

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Since assuming office, President Trump’s presidency proved to be as colorful as his personality. The policies he has signed regarding the repeal of the current health care law and economic policies involving free trade and international relations are just as controversial as his immigration reforms and the much talked about travel ban. Then just recently, Homeland Security issued an electronics ban on certain U.S.-bound flights originating from specific Middle East countries.

It seems as if the President is just warming up and we can expect more from him in the coming days. He just threatened to go after some Congressmen who weren’t particularly helpful in the Obamacare repeal, how classy of him.

Two more positions in the Trump cabinet have recently been filled and like nearly every Trump cabinet pick, these appointments are not without controversy — particularly from those in the environmental community.

Former Montana congressman Ryan Zinke is now secretary of the interior and former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt now heads the Environmental Protection Agency.

As secretary of the interior, Zinke is charged with both the management