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Do their job.
I want to ask you about a domestic issue the State Department has been involved with as well the keystone XL pipeline this week -- Nebraska governor signing off on the -- that's been proposed.
And -- you sign onto a letter calling for this administration to move forward how hopeful are you that's gonna happen in a timely fashion.
Well of course you're always hope.
-- That that's gonna happen I don't know about a timely fashion I I I guess I don't understand that I come from a different.
Position in the administration does I wanna see energy resource -- developed in this country to -- this is an absolute no brainer.
I know the environmental community wants to stop this because they want to stop.
Using oil and and petrochemicals the fact is.
Not doing this pipeline is not gonna effect at at all.
This material this oil is going to go to China.
If we don't put it into a pipeline bringing into America can use it to create jobs here in America and lower the cost of energy here in the United States.
And the president walking a bit of a tight rope calls from environmentalists also calls from my union members who want to see this -- pipeline approved.
How he think killed love fine -- delicate balance.
Make a decision you know it's hard to say except that if you look at what he did last time and I he had to make this -- he cited.
Not with the unions.
But with the with the environmentalists and I think he's wrong on that.
The unions are absolutely right.
This is job creation pure unadulterated job creation that will really help.
Use of its natural resources and the increase jobs so I I think the president's been wrong on this I would hope that that he takes another look at it reaches the right decision.
-- applauded if he does.
Senator -- we thank you for your candidates -- thank you.
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