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What Does Trump’s Victory Mean For Energy Policy?


“Climate sanity has been restored to the U.S.,” Marc Morano, the published of the global warming skeptic website Climate Depot, said in a statement.

“No longer do we have to hear otherwise intelligent people in charge in D.C. blather on about how UN treaties or EPA regulations will control the Earth’s temperature or storminess,” he said.

“The time for a Clexit has arrived, a U.S. exit from the UN Paris climate agreement,” Morano said.

Trump made the so-called “war on coal” a major part of his campaign message, traveling across coal states attacking EPA regulations for hurting miners. Trump handily won in coal states like, Kentucky, West Virginia and Wyoming.

Trump ‘s victories in Ohio and Pennsylvania, key swing states, were in no small part due to huge turnout in coal mining regions of the state. Trump’s stance on trade and energy likely resonated with voters there.

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