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Pruitt Once Called Trump an ‘Empty Vessel’

EPA administrator Scott Pruitt called Donald Trump an “empty vessel” on the Constitution and rule of law in a February 2016 interview with a local Oklahoma radio show, CNN reports. Said Pruitt: “I think he’s an empty vessel when it [...]
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