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Listen: Will Trump's energy policy erase Obama's climate legacy?

President Donald Trump has moved in to the White House and has already begun what many believe will be a major shift in US energy policy. But will Trump’s policy changes erase the Obama administration’s efforts to combat climate change?

Jason Bordoff, a former top energy adviser to President Barack Obama and the founding director of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, stops by Capitol Crude to consider the new administration. Bordoff discusses what foreign relations will look like with former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson heading the State Department, the administration’s role in the global crude market, the future of Russian sanctions, the Iran nuclear deal and more.

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