Coal mining is a very important part of the American economy, and Trump has spoken openly about how it is one of the jobs of the 21st century.
But what many people may not know is that it is not actually Trump’s coal mining that is important.
Rather, it is his company, Trump Industries.
Trump’s company is based in Wyoming, the nation’s poorest state.
While coal is used for electricity, it accounts for less than 5 percent of the state’s energy production.
Trump Industries also manufactures parts for automobiles, trucks and airplanes, as well as for other industries, such as manufacturing chemicals and semiconductors.
The company also has a large presence in the U.S. coal industry.
As of 2017, the company produced more than half of the nation, or nearly 2 million tons, of coal, according to a recent study by the Energy Information Administration.
The company employs 1,500 people, according the Energy Department.
Trump has said that the company makes about $10 million in profit a year.
Trump Industries has also been a major driver of U.N. climate change policy.
As a result, the president has vowed to reduce U. S. emissions of greenhouse gases, such that the United States can be “as green as we want to be.”
In 2017, Trump signed an executive order directing the EPA to review all U.s. energy sources, and to reduce the number of coal-fired power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
The Trump administration has also repeatedly threatened to impose a tax on carbon emissions, which would cost businesses millions of dollars a year and could hurt the company’s bottom line.
As the White House has done, Trump has repeatedly said that he opposes the tax and has also threatened to repeal it if it becomes law.
The fact that Trump has used his coal mining company to make profits for his family, while using it to prop up a global climate system that is not in the best interests of American workers, may be the most damaging part of Trump’s hypocrisy.