Trump will abolish energy laws on his first day in office

Incoming US President Donald Trump declares that one of his very first actions in office will be to cancel the country's energy plan with an executive order. This will create "many millions" of jobs in fossil fuels.

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Almost two weeks after his election victory, Donald Trump addressed his voters Monday evening. The US President-elect made it clear in a video of about two and half minutes that he has no plans to make a subtle entry into the White House on Jan. 20.

This applies to the energy sector as well. On his list of executive orders prepared for his first day in office, energy policy topped the list at number two on the agenda.

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