Saturday, March 25, 2017

Campaign Promise Kept: Trump approves Keystone XL permit, construction to move forward

While the corrupt media machine takes glee in a temporary setback for President Trump's desire to repeal and replace ObamaCare, he's checked off an extremely important campaign promise.
Bowman Extra reports the Keystone XL pipeline project is set to move forward after the Trump administration on Friday approved a permit for its construction.

Oil and natural gas giant TransCanada submitted its initial application for approval of the pipeline at the end of the last decade. Approval for the permit was vetoed by President Barack Obama during his second term in office. But a few days into his presidency, Donald Trump signed an executive order opening the door for TransCanada to reapply for a presidential permit.

The U.S. State Department approved the permit Friday morning.

North Dakota’s legislators, on a bipartisan level, were pleased with the announcement.

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President Trump cares about America becoming enbergy independent.  President Obama did not.    

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