President Trump is expected to tap a former George W. Bush administration official to be deputy administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency. Jeff Holmstead, who was the longest-serving EPA air pollution chief under Bush, will be Trump's deputy administrator pick, according to Axios..."If I were advising the new president, I would advise that it would be a mistake to try to take any action to pull out of Paris," Holmstead told the Washington Examiner last spring. "Paris is what it is. It is largely a political statement, and I don't think there would be any reason either legal or political to try to withdraw from the treaty. You would be using up a lot of political capital on something that doesn't matter very much."