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I will interview appropriately, but as I shared with Sen. Heinrich, the administration has the final decision on a presidential appointment. We're quite confident that our process is working.
I think anyone would be of the opinion that if we don't ever have to test another nuclear weapon that would be a good thing, not just for the United States, but for the world.
Maybe they'll have the same experience I had and forget that they said that.
I believe some of it is naturally occurring, but some of it is also caused by man-made activity. The question is how do we address it in a thoughtful way that doesn't compromise economic growth, the affordability of energy or American jobs.
I think we found our 'Saturday Night Live' soundbite.
We truly advocated an all-of-the-above strategy, reducing carbon emissions not just through development of cleaner fossil fuels, but through the development of renewable sources too.
My past statements made over five years ago about abolishing the Department of Energy do not reflect my current thinking. In fact, after being briefed on so many of the vital functions of the Department of Energy, I regret recommending its elimination.
Don't you think that is a good thing?
I am going to protect the men and women of the scientific community from anyone who would attack them.
I didn't approve it. I don't approve of it. I don't need that information.
As a former Air Force pilot during the days of the Cold War, I understand the deterrent value of our nuclear weapons systems, and the vital role they play in keeping the peace.
I will be an advocate (for the programs)...but I'm not sure I'm going to be 1,000 percent successful.
It's three agencies of government when I get there that are gone: commerce, education and the um, what's the third one there? Let's see.
Nothing happened. The president of the United States doesn't care about the veterans of this country. That's not a harsh thing to say. It's just the truth.
At the end of the day, I will.
He offers a barking carnival act that can be best described as Trumpism: A toxic mix of demagoguery and mean-spiritedness and nonsense that will lead the Republican Party to perdition if pursued. Let no one be mistaken – Donald Trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism, and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discarded.
We don't have to resign ourselves to debt, decay and slow growth. We have the power to make things new again, to project American strength again, to get our economy going again.
Defending the border is not a political option – it is a constitutional obligation, and until the federal government meets that duty and secures that border, all talk about border reform is pointless because Washington has no credibility.
We are blessed in this state to have the best emergency management team in the country and they certainly were at their best last night along with the citizens.
This election is about the future of the economy in America and in turn the world, and policies that allow the private sector freedom from over-taxation, over-regulation… [These] are stifling our economy. Mitt Romney understands it. Paul Ryan understands it. They will work to get Americans back to work. If America's economy is strong, the world's economy is strong.