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Donald Trump took a trip to the Golden Arches on Thursday to celebrate reaching 1,237 delegates and clinching the Republican presidential nomination. Shortly after delivering a speech about energy policy in Bismarck, N.D., Trump boarded his private plane and snapped a picture of him eating an order of McDonald's fries and a Big Mac. Comment?
Donald Trump said Thursday that in his first 100 days as president, he would unravel the Obama administration's legacy of overregulation. Trump laid out his 100-day "action plan" for energy on Thursday in a major policy speech in Bismarck, N.D. First, he would rescind all "job-killing" regulations, "including the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule," he said. Comment?
Donald Trump spent much of his speech Thursday at a petroleum conference in North Dakota tearing into Hillary Clinton, while seeking to convince business owners and energy industry professionals that her administration would do more harm than good. "As bad as President Obama is, Hillary Clinton will be worse," the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told the audience at the annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Bismarck, N.D. Trump, who vowed to make American energy dominance "a strategic economic and foreign policy goal of the U.S.," suggested Clinton would expand policies of the Obama administration that have enabled foreign bureaucrats to control "what we are using and what we are doing on our land and in our country." Comment?
To cheers at a packed oil and gas conference in Bismarck, N.D., on Thursday, Trump said he would oppose the climate deal, saying that "canceling" it would be part of his 100-day action plan. Stay abreast of the latest developments from nation's capital and beyond with curated News Alerts from the Washington Examiner news desk and delivered to your inbox. Comment?
Donald Trump said Thursday he would approve the Keystone XL pipeline as president, but he wants the profits to go to the American people. "My basic bias is to approve," Trump told reporters in Bismarck, N.D., ahead of a major speech on energy. Comment?
Donald Trump earned the endorsement of coal giant Bob Murray on Monday, a week after the two met behind closed doors at the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's Fifth Avenue office. "He's got his head on right," the Ohio-based CEO of Murray Energy Corp. reportedly said of Trump during a speech Monday at the annual Virginia Coal and Energy Alliance conference. Comment?
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has reportedly tapped North Dakota Congressman Kevin Cramer to advise him on energy policy throughout the general election. According to Reuters , Cramer was one of several Republican lawmakers who recently met with Trump behind closed doors before he was asked to brief the billionaire on topics like domestic drilling and how the energy sector should or shouldn't be regulated by the federal government. Comment?
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