President Trump spoke via pre-recorded video to cole miners at the announcement of the opening of the first coal mine in 6 years. This is another campaign promise fulfilled!
— Daniel Moore (@PGdanielmoore) June 8, 2017
PRESIDENT TRUMP MET WITH REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE COAL INDUSTRY IN FEBRUARY OF 2016:
President Trump keeps proving the doubters wrong…He keeps following through with his campaign promises like his promises to bring coal back. He met with representatives from the coal industry to sign a bill undoing Obama’s coal mining rule. The people’s president is a worker!
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON SCOTT PRUITT’S APPOINTMENT TO EPA CHIEF…THE LEFT WENT BONKERS!
OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL SCOTT PRUITT is another perfect choice from President-elect Donald Trump. He’s sued the feds several times for their overreach in regulations on the coal industry. You have to love his commitment to keeping the federal government on the straight and narrow. It’s funny that so many of Trump’s picks have gone against Obama’s policies…We love it! The lefty politicians in DC wasted no time tweeted out their displeasure:
When the Environmental Protection Agency proposed rules regulating carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants, Scott Pruitt sued. When the Justice Department offered legal status to young undocumented immigrants, Scott Pruitt sued. And when the Obama administration sought to give tax credits to states that hadn’t set up their own health insurance exchanges, Scott Pruitt sued.
Since becoming Oklahoma attorney general in 2010, Pruitt has filed or joined lawsuits against federal agencies at least a dozen times. Even when Oklahoma isn’t an actual party in litigation, the state often submits a legal brief against the federal government. Besides air pollution, immigration and health care, Pruitt has fought federal laws and regulations on banking, contraception and endangered species. These days, whenever states go to court against the Obama administration, the chances are that Pruitt is somehow involved.
Not that Pruitt is alone. During Obama’s presidency, the entire cadre of Republican attorneys general (27 at present) has coordinated cases against federal agencies at an unprecedented pace. But Pruitt is at the center of the action. He has set up a first-in-the-nation “federalism unit,” which seeks to combat instances of federal overreach by every possible means.
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