Coal miners wave signs as e Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Charleston, W.Va. Trump's election could signal the end of many of President Barack Obama's signature environmental initiatives. Trump has said he loathes regulation and wants to use more coal and expand offshore drilling and hydraulic fracturing. May 5, 2016.
Coal miners wave signs as e Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Charleston, W.Va. Trump's election could signal the end of many of President Barack Obama's signature environmental initiatives. Trump has said he loathes regulation and wants to use more coal and expand offshore drilling and hydraulic fracturing. May 5, 2016. Steve Helber AP
Coal miners wave signs as e Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Charleston, W.Va. Trump's election could signal the end of many of President Barack Obama's signature environmental initiatives. Trump has said he loathes regulation and wants to use more coal and expand offshore drilling and hydraulic fracturing. May 5, 2016. Steve Helber AP

Economy

November 11, 2016 4:05 PM

Trump wants a coal comeback. It probably won’t happen.

Suggested for you

  Comments  

Videos

Editor's Choice Videos