Pro-coal Donald Trump will take West Virginia in November

Presumed Republican nominee Donald Trump is promising coal miners and their families he'll Make America Great again by reversing Obama's destructive energy policies.

Donald Trump addresses an enthusiastic crowd in Charleston, W.Va. on May 6, 2016. (Screen capture from YouTube video highlighting the event)

WASHINGTON, May 8, 2017 — Barnstorming through West Virginia, its economy battered and its workforce shattered by Barack Obama’s War on Coal, presumed Republican nominee Donald Trump is promising coal miners and their families he’ll Make America Great again by reversing Obama’s destructive energy policies.

It’s a message of real hope and change to the state’s forgotten workers, ignored and disdained by the global warming climate change fanatics running Washington now. And that includes presumed Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, who, echoing Obama, has also promised to destroy the coal industry and the tens of thousands of jobs that go along with it. As a result, Trump is already favored to capture both the primary and electoral votes of this once-stalwart Democrat stronghold.

Here’s a video taken at a Trump rally in Charleston, West Virginia. More details follow this clip.

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