Trump to OPEC, Russia: Drop Dead or The Big Chillary

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Two staff members pose with latex masks of Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a factory in Pujiang county, in east China’s Zhejiang province, China, May 18, 2016.

Middle East, Moscow worry over Trump-Clinton presidencies


The outcome of the US general election this November could affect Washington’s energy policy and relations with Russia. Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump’s slogan could very well be “Make America Energy Independent Again” while Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s energy plan could be a continuation of US President Barack Obama’s policy.

“I think with Trump energy policy would become very domestic. I would imagine that Trump will be more inclined to push the Keystone Pipelin...


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