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Donald Trump’s energy plan:
*Make America energy independent.
*Conserve our natural habitats, reserves and resources.
*Declare American energy dominance a strategic economic and foreign policy goal.
*Unleash American untapped shale, oil, and natural gas reserves, plus hundreds of years in clean coal reserves.
*Become totally independent of any need to import energy from OPEC or any nations hostile to our interests.
*Open onshore and offshore leasing on federal lands, eliminate moratorium on coal leasing, and open shale energy deposits.
*Encourage the use of natural gas and other energy resources that will reduce emissions, reduce the price of energy, and increase our economic output.
*Rescind all job-destroying Obama executive actions.
*Reduce and eliminate all barriers to responsible energy production.
SOURCE: Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
Donald Trump’s “America First Energy Plan”


Donald Trump’s “America First Energy Plan”







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