Haaland Suggests She Has Not Read Economic, Environmental Impact Report on Building Keystone

‘I will be happy to read any report’

EXCERPT:

UNKNOWN MALE: “If I could point to a State Department report based upon science would said that building the pipeline lowers global greenhouse gas emissions. If you are the president, would you eliminate the pipeline with the 11,000 jobs and the futures that are less bright for those families, knowing that by not building it, based on science from the State Department, we would have increased global greenhouse gas emissions?"
HAALAND: "Senator, thank you. I will be happy to read any report. I’ll be happy to be briefed on --"

Video files
Full
Compact
Audio files
Full
Compact
Similar stories
Josh Holmes: Nadler’s Talk of a ‘Constitutional Crisis’ Is ‘Melodramatic Nonsense’
NBC: Nebraska Town Sees Economic Benefit Of Building Keystone Pipeline
Rep. Ruiz: If Dakota Pipeline Is ‘Too Risky Near Bismarck,’ Why Is OK over the Water Native Americans Use?
Joe Lockhart: ‘I Can Guarantee You’ that Trump Did Not Read the Entire Intel Report
Trump Shows off 70 Pound, $29 Million Environmental Impact Statement for a Road