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President Trump announced on Saturday that interior Minister Ryan Zinke divorce from his post at the end of the year.
“The Minister of the interior @Ryan zinke is leaving the administration at the end of the year, after he served for a period of almost two years,” he tweeted. “Ryan has achieved a lot during his tenure and I would like to thank him for his service to our Nation”
Trump added that he would announce, prong of the replacement until the end of the next week.
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Bloomberg News reported the first prong of resignation, reported that the candidates who could could replace, are David Bernhardt, prong s Deputy, as well as former Nevada Sen., Dean Heller, and former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
Zinke, a former Montana Congressman and US Navy Seal, had dogged by ethics complaints in connection with his trip, as well as a real estate deal in his home state with a foundation, which he created, and the Chairman of the energy company Halliburton, the business with the interior.
Several media reports, the Interior Department watchdog, General-inspector, Mary Kendall, has referred the probe to the justice Department for possible criminal charges.
The 57-year-old Zinke also raised ethical concerns, when he blocked two Connecticut tribes from opening a casino and redrew borders to shrink Utah national monument. Kendall’s team cleared to travel prong set in a separate probe into its flight, criticized him for violating Department rules when he allowed his wife to ride in government vehicles, and said there was not enough documents to determine whether prong set staff-assignments bankrupt policy.
President Trump indicated to reporters at a post-Election Day, White House press conference on Nov. 7, prong fate was in doubt.
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“We are looking for you, and I want to said, study what is said,” Trump. “I think he is doing an excellent job, but we will look, and we are likely to be an idea that in about a week.”
But two days later, Trump told reporters that he had no immediate plans to fire prong. “No, I’m going to see in the complaints,” he said.
Prong had also raised the IRE of the Democrats of the policies he enacted as head of the Interior Department. He reduced the limits, the protection of the natural momuments for drilling and mining. In November, he blamed “radical environmentalists” for the California forest fires, he accused them of preferring to “burn the whole forest as the cutting of a single tree.”
Prong departure marks the latest shakeup in the trump administration. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Chief of Staff, John Kelly, and U. N. Ambassador Nikki Haley announced all of the deceased, or their intention to leave the administration.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.