EPA REASSIGNS TOP BUREAUCRAT CRITICS SEE AS KEY RESISTOR OF TRUMP’S AGENDA
- The Environmental Protection Agency transferred a top official who critics saw as a hindrance to President Donald Trump’s agenda.
- Christopher Grundler, who heads the Office of Transportation and Air Quality, will move to the Office of Atmospheric Programs in August.
- EPA investigators are looking into potential collusion regarding officials in Grundler’s division and Volvo over an emissions test.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) transferred a top official who critics see as a key resistor of President Donald Trump’s agenda, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
Christopher Grundler, director of EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality, will be moving to another agency division in early August.