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Republican Reveals The Dirty Secret About Biden Halting Keystone Pipeline

"It looks like he cares more about workers in Saudi Arabia than the workers in America," Daines said on "America's Newsroom."​ 
"This is going to have a direct effect [on] the pocketbooks of the American people here in the middle of a pandemic," he added.
"This is a major infrastructure project that President Biden killed six hours into his presidency," Daines said. "It's outrageous and it's going to get worse.
"Daines is also worried about the Biden administration's plans to put a pause on any new oil and gas leases on federal lands. "It's already beginning to be implemented," he said. "We're seeing it before our very eyes — it's going to kill jobs. It's going to raise energy prices."​
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Daines said he believes these policies show Democrats are "no longer a friend" to the American worker. "They are friends with the radical left, Green New Deal side of the party. This is a huge mistake," he said.The Wall Street Journal editorial board published a scathing piece titled: "On first day, Biden offends Canada, kills thousands of jobs."

It concluded: "Mr. Biden is sending an early signal that the climate panic will trump nearly everything else in his Administration. The unstated but operative message from the Keystone kill is that he will use regulation and permitting to do the dirty work."

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