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Donald Trump’s Answer on Oil and Coal Was Deeply Ahistorical Nonsense

Nearly everything Donald Trump said about energy during the second presidential debate, he got entirely wrong. “Energy is under siege by the Obama administration. Under absolutely siege,” Trump said, responding to a question from an undecided voter (the instantly iconic Kenneth Bone) on energy policy. “The EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, is killing these energy companies.
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