90 Miles From Tyranny : Biden Repeats Hillary Clinton’s Biggest Campaign Mistake During CNN Climate Town Hall

Friday, September 6, 2019

Biden Repeats Hillary Clinton’s Biggest Campaign Mistake During CNN Climate Town Hall



Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren offered proposals during Wednesday’s climate change town hall on CNN that mirrored what former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described as her biggest mistake during her 2016 campaign.

Biden and Warren both attacked coal mining and fossil fuels during the 7-hour long forum, suggesting that eliminating one of the largest sources of energy in the United States would substantially help the environment.

“We’ve got to shut down” all coal-fueled power plants, Biden asserted during his portion of the town hall.



Joe Biden says "We've got to shut down" all coal-fueled power plants, which provided 27% of all electricity in the United States last year.

Warren similarly offered, “I think the way we get there is we just say [to fossil fuel companies], sorry guys, but by 2035 you’re done.”

However, Clinton notably wrote in her post-election book “What Happened” that she thought her biggest mistake on the 2016 campaign trail was promising to put coal plants and coal miners out of business.

Clinton said the comment was the one “I regret the most.”

“I’m the only candidate which has a policy about how to bring economic opportunity using clean renewable energy as the key into...



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1 comment:

  1. I thought Hillary's most obvious big campaign mistake was calling half of us "Deplorables."

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