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AP fact check: Trump wrongly says nation is short of coal

The Republican nominee incorrectly blamed the coal industry's woes solely on new federal regulations, leaving out the effects of cheap natural gas. Continue reading ? The post AP fact check: Trump wrongly says nation is short of coal appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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