Pruitt slammed Trump in 2016 interview

Administration focused on EPA website immediately, documents show

Administration focused on EPA website immediately, documents show

In reviewing the cache of emails, the EDF also discovered that EPA's public affairs office had been asked by Pruitt's advisers to figure out "how quickly they could launch a website on Trump's energy independence executive order", according to Think Progress.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt made withering comments about President Donald Trump in a 2016 interview with a Tulsa radio station, according to audio of the broadcast published Tuesday. Pruitt said there is "no decision or determination on that". 'I'll do this, I'll do that.' And those things that he's mentioned can not be done.

In the interview Pruitt says he is not a fan of Trump, adding that Trump would be a "blunt instrument" to the Constitution if he became president.

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Pruitt also said Tuesday that an EPA-sponsored debate between mainstream climate scientists and climate change skeptics, known as the red team-blue team exercise, is still under consideration.

In a newly surfaced interview from 2016, Pruitt slammed the then-candidate, suggesting Trump was a threat to the Constitution, and that he was a "bully" and "dangerous".

Pat Campbell: So this is fantastic because, coming from you, as the state Attorney General, and obviously the credibility you've got with our audience - you're echoing basically what Glenn Beck has been saying for months.

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Scott Pruitt: And unapologetically. "I don't echo that today at all". "There's been a dramatic spike in the last days", he said.

In an April 5 email to other members of the EPA communications staff, J.P. Friere wrote: "Just asking because he is asking", an apparent reference to Pruitt.

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Pat Campbell: It's amusing because I had a conversation with my dad not long ago, and my dad is an immigrant. He said: he's risky. And when Campbell observed that his father had described Trump as "dangerous", Pruitt replied: "You know, your dad is very astute". And that's a risky place to be. Or rather, he did, way back in the long-ago time of February 2016, before Trump won the presidency and tapped Pruitt to lead the environmental agency. But President Obama, we don't need to replace him with another individual - as you said, our bully - in the White House, to do what he's done from the Republican side of things.

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