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Trump’s to-do list: What to expect from an unexpected president

Donald Trump gets to pick up the presidential pen on Friday and turn his campaign promises into action.

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Trump’s picks have a new climate formulation

They still aren’t scientists, but Republicans have hit on a new way to describe their views on climate change: Yes, humans are having an effect on the Earth’s temperatures, but it’s up for debate as to how much. Also, Rick Perry regrets calling for the closure of the Energy department.

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Duncan Amos, Quantitative Analyst
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