Group questions Beaudreau’s ability to guide Interior’s agenda ‘while still fulfilling his ethics obligations’

Federal watchdog group Protect the Public Trust is questioning the recent appointment of the Department of the Interior’s new deputy secretary.

Andy Nghiem, Interior Newswire

Federal watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust is questioning the recent appointment of the Department of the Interior’s new deputy secretary.

“As Tommy Beaudreau makes yet another pass through the D.C. revolving door, a number of questions arise,” Protect the Public’s Trust Director Michael Chamberlain said in a press release, as reported by Just the News. “The American public rightly demands that high-ranking government officials serve the public interest, not their former clients. With the depth and breadth of Mr. Beaudreau’s entanglements with offshore wind firms, we all have to wonder how he will be able to lead the department’s work while still fulfilling his ethics obligations.”

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