The answer to Trump…a deal

It’s back The Dakota pipeline that is. Within 24 hours of the Dakota Sioux asking protesters to leave the winter camps dotting the Missouri river banks, President Donald Trump changed the landscape. President Barak Obama tried to find a way to resolve the Dakota Access Pipeline, vetoing the bill, demanding environmental concerns of the Dakota Sioux be investigated. But his first full day on the job, President Donald Trump changed all that. Holding a press conference in the oval office he signed an executive order to reopen negotiations with both Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline proponents. He said he wants to see any pipelines built in the U.S. built with U.S. made pipeline. ‘ While holding up the document bearing his signature pushing forward on the disputed Dakota Access…

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