Christine Todd Whitman, former EPA administrator and former New Jersey Governor, tells Amanpour why climate change will still be an election issue in November.
Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman on the role of governors amid recent protests and unrest throughout the U.S., and increased pressure from the Trump administration to act.
Richard French speaks with former New Jersey Gov. Christie Todd Whitman (R) to discuss the battle against coronavirus.
As he aims for an upset win in New Hampshire over President Donald Trump, William Weld over the weekend secured the endorsement of former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, a moderate Republican whose tenure in office overlapped with Weld's.
The treatment of science by the Trump administration has hit a “crisis point” where research findings are manipulated for political gain, special interests are given improper influence and scientists are targeted for ideological reasons, a nonpartisan taskforce of former government officials has warned.
The list of scandals featuring senior U.S. officials who subsumed scientific integrity to their political or personal interests numbers 60 entries in a new report from a bipartisan task force that traced practices under the past three presidents.
All presidents over the past two decades have nudged science to support their policies, but a report out of N.Y.U. said the Trump administration has driven federal science to a “crisis point.”
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“Under the current administration, the EPA is retreating from its historic mission,” says one former Republican EPA chief, who is among four scheduled to testify Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman: Hard for moderate Republicans to find home in current GOP
In her visit to The Hermitage on Wednesday, New Jersey's former governor will speak on why when honoring our history we should look at the "good, the bad and the ugly."