NPR’s Rehm Already Worried About Trump’s Use of Executive Powers

‘— People had to fill out forms requesting information on whether they had attended a global warming conference or done any particular work on global warming isn’t that sort of expanding executive authority that’s already beyond the authority?’

REHM: "Let's take just one example, the EPA, where apparently people had to fill out forms requesting information on whether they had attended a global warming conference or done any particular work on global warming. Isn't that sort of expanding executive authority beyond the authority of the people at the top of, for example, that agency?"

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