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Governor Jim Justice says he's thankful that coal miners put candidate Hillary Clinton out of business in 2016.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said Friday that since his state’s economy is growing under President Trump, he's thankful that coal miners put candidate Hillary Clinton out of business in 2016 after she threatened coal miners’ jobs on the campaign trail.
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“It surely wasn’t helpful. I don’t think she was thinking. And I’m just really happy to God above that a bunch of coal miners helped put her out of business. That was the very best thing that could’ve happened to this country,” Justice (R) told "Fox & Friends."
Clinton famously vowed in 2016 to "put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business" through policies geared toward new energy sources. She lost every county in the state to Trump after drawing the ire of coal miners and the state led the nation in GDP growth and personal income growth in the first...
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