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Trump energy adviser's White House run went up in smoke

George David Banks, who resigned his White House energy post last week over his admitted use of marijuana in 2013, pondered his future in an E&E News interview. A spot at either the Department of Energy or the Interior is possible, he said. So is a return to K Street. "Going back to be a full-time swamp creature,” he said, “is certainly an attractive option."

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4:27 AM

NEWSMAKER

Trump energy adviser's White House run went up in smoke

George David Banks, who resigned his White House energy post last week over his admitted use of marijuana in 2013, pondered his future in an E&E News interview. A spot at either the Department of Energy or the Interior is possible, he said. So is a return to K Street. "Going back to be a full-time swamp creature,” he said, “is certainly an attractive option."