Trump energy adviser, fossil fuel champion, resigning
WASHINGTON (AP) - A top White House adviser for energy and environmental policy is resigning.
Michael Catanzaro will be returning to CGCN Group, the law and lobbying firm where he previously worked.
Catanzaro had headed domestic energy issues for the White House's National Economic Council. He will be replaced by Francis Brooke from Vice President Mike Pence's office.
Catanzaro had been a leading figure in President Donald Trump's aggressive deregulatory and pro-fossil-fuel age...