Clinton: Steel can come back, but coal ‘is a different issue’ | TheHill
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: US has ‘no choice but to bomb’ ISIS in LibyaA flawed candidate is not the same as a terrible oneTwo conventions, two speeches, two examples of media hypocrisyMORE is optimistic about reviving the American steel industry, but she told a Pennsylvania TV station the task will be harder with coal.
Speaking to Pittsburgh’s KDKA on Saturday, Clinton said “coal is a different issue” because there’s no clear path for increasing its production and using it for clean energy.
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