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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Trump dreams of energy dominance of the US in the world

Donald trump has plans to return to the United States for world domination in certain sectors of the economy. The White house said that soon the President will make “an important statement” concerning prospects of development of the USA in the energy sector.

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About the plans of the 45th US President Donald trump to return to the United States dominant in the energy sector powers told a White house spokesman Sean Spicer.

According to him, the President is overwhelmed with determination to do everything possible to strengthen the role, impact and leadership States abroad.

“In the coming days, we expect an important statement about the agenda of our President aimed at the establishment of the energy dominance of the US in the world… For this purpose the head of state intends to use internal energy resources, create jobs and strengthen American leadership in the world,” said Spicer.

“That energy issues have become one of the key items on the agenda at the talks of the President with the Prime Minister of India Narendra modi at the White house. The interlocutors stressed the importance of strategic energy partnership the United States and India,” added White house spokesman, quoted by TASS.

Spicer noted that in addition to the purely economic, the US President thinks about the political aspects of such energy dominance, because one is always related to others.

“The ability to be an exporter in itself helps us economically, but such goals there is a political aspect”, – said the press Secretary of the administration trump.


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