Trump Gets Massive New Business Backer, and He Could Bring Entire STATES With Him
Coal miners and workers play a critical role in the general election — and more specifically, in swing states. That said, Trump’s latest endorsement could carry a ton of weight with key battleground states.
On Monday, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump met privately with coal mogul Bob Murray. During the engagement between the two, many questions were exchanged and many answers were provided, according toSNL Financial. Upon the conclusion of the meeting, Murray officially endorsed Trump, stating that he’s “got his head on right.”
The vital swing states of Pennsylvania, Colorado and Ohio are the fourth, 10th and 11th largest coal-producing states, respectively.
The former backer of Sen. Ted Cruz didn’t appear apprehensive in his support for Trump, claiming he’s “the horse to ride.”
This endorsement came a couple of months after Hillary Clinton’s remarks about putting coal companies out of business. However, that’s what liberals do — they put people out of work.
In his speech after the private meeting, Murray said that there was only one thing that can be said to coal miners who lose their jobs and cry in the coal giant’s office.
“Democrats,” he stated. “That’s all you can say.”
The entire climate change argument is a fraud — it’s just another way the government can make things more inefficient and grab more power. The “clean energy” bandwagon Democrats often jump on is neither helpful nor clean. The idea that sustainable energy
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