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Oil and gas wells let loose a lot of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. In April, when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency suspended for three months an Obama administration rule to restrict such emissions, it did not defend wells or deny climate change. Instead the agency said the rule had not been studied enough. For instance, the EPA said the costs to get new well-venting systems approved had not been analyzed, so oil and gas companies had been unable to provide input as required by law. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/make-america-wait-again-trump-tries-to-delay-regulations-out-of-existence/?utm_content=buffer79ca4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
A U.S.-based employee of a Russian real estate company took part in a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between a Russian lawyer and Donald Trump Jr., bringing to eight the number of known participants at the session that has emerged as a key focus of the investigation of the Trump campaign’s interactions with Russians.” … http://buff.ly/2tcrNAz
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The Guardian: Why scientists are fighting back. We’ve had enough of Trump’s war on facts. http://buff.ly/2pmy5PE
trump’s millennial problem: The snowflakes are becoming a blizzard. http://buff.ly/2nRD8r7
I’m proud of my country!
I am NOT proud of f’n trump, his cabinet or his actions!
These bombings are vulgar, done without purpose, thought or need.
This man has spent his life telling people what they want to hear, taking advantage, profiting and leaving people in financial ruin.
He has a dangerous lack of understanding on international affairs, politics, economy and humanitarianism.
Please do not judge us all based on the vile and corrupt. Many cultures have suffered horrible leaders that do not reflect the values of the people.
WASHINGTON — President Trump said on Wednesday that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia is partly to blame for the crisis in Syria and bears responsibility to help bring peace to the war-torn country, comments meant to increase pressure on the Kremlin as his secretary of state was in Moscow for a tense round of talks.
“I really think there’s going to be a lot of pressure on Russia to make sure that peace happens, because frankly, if Russia didn’t go in and back this animal, we wouldn’t have a problem right now,” Mr. Trump said, referring to Mr. Putin’s support for President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.
“Putin is backing a person that’s truly an evil person, and I think it’s very bad for Russia, I think it’s very bad for mankind, it’s very bad for this world,” Mr. Trump added during an interview with Fox Business that aired Wednesday morning.
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