Eric Lipton

National reporter for the New York Times

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Pulitzer Prize-winner Eric Lipton is an investigative journalist for the New York Times. He's currently based in Washington, DC where he covering government and Congress.

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As Attorney General of Oklahoma, President Trump's EPA Administration, Scott Pruitt, sued the agency he now runs many times to reduce federal regulations.

The war within the EPA

As Attorney General of Oklahoma, President Trump's EPA Administration, Scott Pruitt, sued the agency he now runs many times to reduce federal regulations.

from To the Point

On his reality TV show, Donald Trump was famous for saying, "You're fired." As President, he's saying, "We don't need those jobs" in the first place.

Is Trump 'reducing the size of government' or dismantling it?

On his reality TV show, Donald Trump was famous for saying, "You're fired." As President, he's saying, "We don't need those jobs" in the first place.

from To the Point

As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp," but his own, global holdings already pose a unique set of ethical conflicts.

The public interest and personal business at the Trump White House

As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp," but his own, global holdings already pose a unique set of ethical conflicts.

from To the Point

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