The president of the White House Correspondents’ Association – a group that’s the subject of a complaint over alleged discrimination at its annual black-tie dinner in Washington – is leaving his post to “perform the Lord’s work” and help “combat climate change” through leftist environmental advocacy.
WHCA President Ed Chen, correspondent for Bloomberg News, is known for his “greening” of the annual dinner – including having the association buy carbon credits to offset the travels of Jay Leno and President Obama’s motorcade.
Now he is leaving to become the federal communications director for the one of the world’s largest and most influential environmental lobbying groups, Natural Resources Defense Council – an organization he joined in 2006 before taking a job with Bloomberg News in 2007.
Politico’s Mike Allen obtained the following e-mail by Chen concerning his change of careers:
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