Trump Vows to End the Nonexistent War on Coal: The Daily Show





Trump Vows to End the Nonexistent War on Coal: The Daily Show



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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people forget that those parts of the country have always relied on coal to put food on the table there is literally no other work there that's all they have and they can't make a switch in career's because they don't have the education to do so and there are miners who have been working in the mines for 50 some years that can't read or write there own name people need to do the research on coal and the areas its mined in before they start taking jobs away and if I ever have the choice I will always choice coal energy to power my home over any other energy source
Keep coal industry away from Democratic destructive agenda!
It's like watching a sim with the child-like and Asperger trait.
don’t use coal!
use natural gas its better, cheaper, cleaner and better
Please Please....i can't take it any more....I am not even American...It really hurts to see you guys in this state....It just hurts seeing that an idiot is ruining all the efforts taken by a man for 8 years to actually improve the condition of your country...Doesn't matter if you don't like Obama...the point is that he actually cared and took efforts....Its hard to see that the country we all looked up to is in such a state and no matter how much we want to help you, we can't...Fight for what is right...Fight when the power is in your hands....
Trump looks like super mario. The only thing missing is the black moustache. Lol
clean coal? clean?
Trump is rapping fr 🎶we gonna save the clean coal🎶
Why is America going backwards???
Who does use coal??
Even if people does who wants to work hard???
Return of company stores?!

"He loads the sixteen tons, whad'ya get? Another day older and deeper in debt, I sold my soul to the company store"
He's so embarrassing
I know I'm late but about that mad max thing- he was the doof warrior without hair
What a bozo
Hey it's a very simple logic that black colour absorb more heat from the sun, the smog will trap heat too plus burning coal it self creating heat. If he don't believe in that the earth getting warmer because of that at least he can agree that the smoke from coal is bad for our health, I hope he believe that. What I can see there is nothing to lose using renewable energy, why we should bet on the one with the risk of annihilation? Even if the change is small. Then what what happen if most of the study were right?!
I always understand "We will put minors back to work." and this is exactely what I think about Trumps economic politics and morals.
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I am giving everyone a most earnest warning: if you give up what we have here - what resources - however much that may be - we are squandering it all and the beauty that we created to get here - based on our distraction - might not be there when we get there. Don't take ANYTHING for granted. It may be gone even before you have it.
Wait! They never left. What was in the past stays with us.
No no no! We need diversity yes. But diversity from everywhere. All walks of life. We have been shown we can all unite. Let's keep that going - but in the right path. Together. Speaking together civilly. And trying too come to an agreement based from diversity - and universal need.
Please also let's not forget the greatest danger. Yes - out future intellectual advancements and legacy - but also our planet and universe. The temperature is good now. Let's not come close to going so dangerously off track again - where there just might not be any more miraculous opportunities sent from above.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.