ryan zinke: us interior secretary to leave administration

by:Runcheng Chuangzhan     2019-09-30
President Donald Trump says US interior secretary Ryan Zink will leave office by the end of this year, the latest time he has left the government in high profile.
On Twitter, President Trump thanked Mr. Zinck for his service, saying he had \"achieved great results during his tenure \".
He said he would appoint a new interior minister next week. Mr. Zinke, a former
A former Montana congressman and Navy SEAL team were involved in a moral violation charge.
According to Politico, this includes a land transaction in Montana involving Mr. Zinke and chairman of the oilfield services company Halliburton.
The Interior Ministry is responsible for managing federal land, including Yosemite National Park and Yellowstone National Park.
Mr. Zinke\'s expensive trip to police helicopters and private jets in the US Park was reviewed.
Expensive alterations in his department have also been criticized, including reports that three double doors in his office are being upgraded for nearly $139,000 (£110,000).
He later said he had dropped the price to $75,000.
The New York Times also published a guide to Mr Zinke\'s investigation.
According to the newspaper, after meeting with lobbyists who opposed the plan, he faced scrutiny for preventing Native American casinos from expanding and possibly violating the Hatch Act --
By using their offices to prevent federal employees from affecting elections.
Mr. Zinck has promoted oil drilling and coal mining and has worked to reduce environmental protection under President Obama.
Chuck Schumer, the Senate\'s most senior Democrat, has spoken out about his condemnation.
\"Without him, the swamp Cabinet will foul a little less,\" he wrote on Twitter . \".
The advocacy group has accused Mr. Zinke of joining the corporate polluters, and many have welcomed his departure.
Jamie Williams, chairman of the Wilderness Society conservation group, said he was worried that what he called the \"drill everywhere\" policy would continue.
He said: \"Unfortunately, even with Secretary Zinke out, the Interior Ministry is still uncomfortably biased towards the special interests of the American community and the health of the public lands they love.
\"It is not clear whether Mr. Zinke resigned or was fired.
News of Zinke\'s departure came a week after General John Kelly, Trump\'s chief of staff, announced he would leave the White House.
On Friday, Trump appointed his successor, Mick muwani, as the current director of the Office of Management and Budget on an agency basis.
However, the video shows that during the 2016 presidential campaign, muwani called Trump \"a terrible person \".
Custom message
Chat Online 编辑模式下无法使用
Chat Online inputting...