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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) Breaking news on the nomination of Dr. Ronny Jackson to head the V.A. with the White House requesting his confirmation hearing be rescheduled despite allegations & the hearings on the ethical questions for EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, President Trump's confidence in Pruitt because of his actions against environmental policies discussed. Report introduced.
(New York: Sara Ganim) The business relationship of Pruitt with disgraced banker Albert Kelly & EPA adviser Ted Wagner with Pruitt & Wagner investing in a minor league baseball team & the issue of raises for two EPA adviser, Sarah Greenwalt & Millan Huppp, examined. [Senator Jim INHOFE - comments on the allegations against Pruitt.] [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - comments on Pruitt.] How allegations of ethical lapses are piling up against Pruitt leading to scrutiny of his business ties discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Acosta, Jim;
- Ganim, Sara
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