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“Nobody really knows”

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On the eve of President Trump’s first official meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump declared that “nobody really knows” who meddled in the 2016 election. That was just one lowlight during an otherwise disastrous trip to Poland in which he insulted Holocaust survivors (again) and gave a disturbing, incoherent press conference in Warsaw.

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Soundbite

It is just a cover for the politicians, both Republicans and Democrats that say, ‘Look what I did for coal,’ knowing all the time that it doesn’t help coal at all.

— Robert Murray, CEO of Murray Energy, on clean coal as a political ploy.


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