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Coal Industry is Dying, No Matter What a President Trump Would Do

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. Both major-party candidates have made a point to mention coal in their stump speeches as they travel the country. The Republican candidate, Donald Trump, has gone so far as to say he'll bring back coal jobs with less regulation and better trade deals. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, wants to continue a transition from coal to cleaner forms of energy like wind and solar.
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