The department tweeted late Wednesday saying the former Texas governor is "happy where he is serving President Trump and leading the Department of Energy."
“There is no truth that @SecretaryPerry is departing the Administration any time soon. He is happy where he is serving President Trump and leading the Department of Energy” – Shaylyn Hynes, @ENERGY Press Secretary— DOE Press Staff (@EnergyPress) April 18, 2019
Perry has served as Energy secretary since March 2, 2017, when he was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in a 62-37 vote.
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