Ivanka Trump responded to rumors of tension between her and her husband Jared Kushner, and chief of staff John Kelly. Ivanka claims that John Kelly understands the concept of family, and isn't trying to get in the way of that.
washingtonexaminer.com reports: Ivanka Trump, a White House senior adviser and President Trump's daughter, pushed back on claims of simmering tensions between her, her husband Jared Kushner, and White House chief of staff John Kelly on Sunday, explaining how Kelly understood the importance of family to the president.
“One of the first things he said is, ‘You are family. You are part of the reason the president is here.’ He understands the role of family. He is a very family-oriented person and made it clear he doesn’t want to get in the way of that," Ivanka Trump told the Washington Post of the retired four-star general.
"But he also needs to make sure that in our role as advisers, we go through the process, and we respect that and have embraced that,” she continued.
Scientists admitted they were wrong after reviewing a congressionally mandated report on climate change.
The scientists had wrongfully expected President Trump to suppress the report, and were actually pleased with how through the information was.
Now if only more people, and the Democrats, would do the same and allow Trump's actions to dictate what is said and thought about his role as President.
washingtonexaminer.com reports: The National Academies’ committee that reviewed the draft of the Fourth National Climate Assessment said it was “impressed by the accuracy of information and thorough discussion of the predominant aspects of climate change and impacts presented in the draft,” according to a summary of the committee’s findings.
“The 1,506-page draft report provides a strong foundation of climate science and a solid discussion of climate change impacts occurring or likely to occur in the United States,” the report stated.
The National Academies of Sciences, the nation’s premier scientific institution, was asked to review the report by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, created by the government to track the effects of climate change.
It is the fourth assessment to be drafted by the research program since its creation 25 years ago. The draft version of the report is being finalized before being delivered to Congress at the end of the year. The National Academies review is a key milestone.
Scientists working on the report had feared that it would be suppressed by the Trump administration, given President Trump’s opposition to climate change and June decision to leave the Paris climate change deal.
Trump administration officials said those fears were unfounded, pointing out that the report was available publicly on the climate program’s website and no efforts were made to suppress its findings.
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