I must say the tone of the initial post to this is alarmingly biased and
almost misleading. Yes the incoming president has placed a hold on
releasing additional material. By no means does that imply that they will
start censoring data that they release or in any way affect the private
sector. Because the incoming president holds a opposite view as the
predecessor it's not surprising that they would want to audit the releases
to ensure that the data has a solid factual grounding. I've lost count of
the number of research studies and papers that I have seen that when
actually placed under a microscope don't hold up. However often the
mainstream media takes these and runs with them.

The United States is based on freedom of the press, not freedom of the
government. there is zero chance that the president will be able to censor
the private sector.
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