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Energy Secretary Rick Perry To Resign

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry To Resign

Energy Secretary Rick Perry To Resign

Energy Secretary Rick Perry told President Donald Trump on Thursday that he would resign his post.

It is currently unclear exactly when the former Texas governor would leave the administration.

He has a deadline to comply with subpoenas seeking info on his role in withholding military aid to Ukraine.

Perry’s resignation may or may not have anything to do with the subpoena deadline.

Perry's frequent trips to Eastern Europe as pitchman for U.S. energy exports were a subject of suspicion.

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