“We have finally ended the war on coal,” Trump declared at the Department of Energy.
President Trump spoke at the Department of Energy on Thursday and declared that America is putting coal miners back to work, fulfilling one of his cornerstone campaign promises.
“We have finally ended the war on coal,” Trump said. “And I’m proud to report that Corsa Coal just opened a brand new coal mine in the state of Pennsylvania. The first in many, many years.”
“We are putting the coal miners back to work just like I promised, just like I promised. When I went through Ohio and West Virginia, Wyoming, and all the different places,” he said.
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