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Again, a Minister of the resignation
The end of the year must leave Minister Ryan Zinke, the government of U.S. President Donald Trump. Against Zinke investigation, because of expensive travel and possible abuse of power to run. the

U.S. President Donald Trump replaces another Minister: Minister of the interior, Ryan Zinke will leave the government at the end of the year, said Trump on Saturday on Twitter. Prong set, among other things, due to a series of alleged misconduct in the critique. It is determined against him, among other things, due to a land purchase, a Foundation set up by him, and an energy service provider involved, of the orders by the interior gets the Ministry. Trump announced plans to appoint next week a successor to tine.

The U.S. Secretary of the interior is mainly for the administration of the Federal land is responsible. The Ministry decides about whether conservation areas are to be identified, or whether energy recovery, is permitted by Fracking. Internal security is the task of the homeland security Ministry.

the darling of the mining industry

tine in the sense of Trumps for an expansion of oil Drilling and coal mines, by the advanced land leases, user fees lowered, and the protection of the environment limited. He also worked on protected areas in the state of Utah on a fraction of their original size, and pushed for oil Drilling in the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic. So he became a darling of the energy and mining industry, while among environmentalists bitter enemies.

The 57-Year-old was confirmed in March 2017 by the Senate in the office and is therefore one of the Ministers that have held up long under Trump. Since Trump moved in at the beginning of 2017 to the White house, there have been dozens of personnel changes - the most sensational dismissal of foreign Minister, Rex Tillerson in March.

Last month, urged Trump his justice Minister Jeff Sessions to resign. Also for the Posts of UN Ambassador and the chief of staff Trump has announced new appointments. On a transitional basis, to accept this Post, Mick Mulvaney, is set to follow from next year, the former chief of staff John Kelly.

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