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Emails show DOI thought about delaying USFWS report that might undermine Trump's NMon cuts

Newly disclosed internal emails show senior Interior Department aides contemplated whether they could delay the release of a Fish and Wildlife Service study on "Americans' relationship to nature" in 2017 over concerns the report could undermine President Trump's order to review the boundaries of dozens of national monuments.

Interior released the email exchange among then-Deputy Chief of Staff and Communications Director Megan Bloomgren, then-Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Downey Magallanes and other aides yesterday under a Freedom of Information Act request.

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