WASHINGTON, D.C. — The so-called “whistleblower” in the now-fading Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) flap is actually a disgruntled employee who was fired for cause — being AWOL from his EPA post without clearance from his agency supervisors, according to multiple sources in and near the Trump administration.
The EPA media circus over the last weeks have stemmed from allegations made by former Deputy of Chief of Staff for operations, Kevin Chmielewski, a man whose behavior and background portended a short career as a presidential appointee.
The reasons for the media maelstrom seem much clearer given recent revelations about Chmielewski.
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