Clinton Dodges on Keystone: ‘When I Become President, I Will Answer’ It

‘This is President Obama’s decision’

NN MALE: “As president, would you sign a bill – yes or no please – in favor of allowing the Keystone XL Pipeline?”

CLINTON: “Well, as you know, I was the secretary of state who started that process. I was the one who put into place the investigation. I have now passed it off, as obvious because I’m no longer there, to Secretary Kerry. This is President Obama’s decision, and I am not going second-guess him, because I was in a position to set this in motion, and I do not think that would be the right thing to do. So I want to wait to see what he and Secretary Kerry decide. If it’s undecided when I become President, I will answer your question!”

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