"Does he believe in climate change?" Kelly asked Miller, referring to Pruitt.
In response, Miller said that Pruitt will "bring a sound balance to the EPA" and lamented that regulations have hurt American businesses.
Kelly asked Miller again, "Does he believe in climate change?"
"I think we want to see sound science," Miller replied. "We want to see — take a look at what’s really going on."
Kelly told Miller that he was "not really answering" and asked, "Is that a hard question?"
"No, I think it’s a straightforward answer in the fact that we want to see sound science in this, that we want to see people go through and see what we need to do to take care of the environment and make sure that we’re keeping our country clean and safe," Miller responded. "But also, too, we’ve seen a lot of the science absolutely start running amok."
"Do you think there’s a debate about whether there’s climate change versus what causes it?" Kelly asked in response.
"No, but obviously the world is continually changing," Miller replied before again saying that the Trump administration does not want government to impede economic growth.
Watch the interview via Fox News. Kelly starts asking about Pruitt near the 2:15 mark.