In other news, documents show George Mason University, Virginia's largest public university, granted the Koch Brothers influence over hiring and firing decisions in exchange for donations.
Meanwhile, the EPA has granted a waiter to an oil refinery owned by billionaire and former Trump adviser Carl Icahn and no one is more pissed than... the biofuel industry.
[The] exemption for CVR’s Wynnewood, Oklahoma, plant prompted fresh criticism from the powerful corn lobby, which already has accused Trump’s EPA of over-using the hardship waiver program in a way that hurts demand for ethanol.
“This one’s going to be hard for (Scott) Pruitt to explain,” Brooke Coleman, head of the Advanced Biofuels Business Council industry group, said in an email on Friday, referring to the EPA administrator.
Finally, Trump's temporary suspension of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from members of the EU is set to expire in less than 24 hours but, as of his writing, no decision has been made on extending it. There's a good chance Trump already forgot about this.