TRUMP ALLY RICK PERRY TO FALL ON HIS SWORD AMID SCRUTINY OVER UKRAINE

THE MAN DRIVING THE WHITE HOUSE'S FOSSIL FUEL AGENDA IS SET TO STEP DOWN FROM HIS POSITION AS ENERGY SECRETARY.

TRUMP ALLY RICK PERRY TO FALL ON HIS SWORD AMID SCRUTINY OVER UKRAINE

Washington: Energy Secretary Rick Perry, who has aggressively promoted President Donald Trump's fossil fuel agenda, is planning to step down by December, ending his run as one of the longest-serving Cabinet members in a...

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