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Sizing up Trump's oil and energy policy initiatives from the Bone zone

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Listen: Sizing up Trump's oil and energy policy initiatives from the Bone zone

During the second presidential debate, Ken Bone asked a question that brought somewhat dormant energy policy to the forefront. Capitol Crude asks Bone, the man behind the internet's most famous red sweater, about President Donald Trump's energy policy path so far.

Bone, who works in the energy industry, talks to senior oil editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon about renewable energy, Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines and the impact Trump's deregulation agenda will have on oil, natural gas and coal production. He also considers how a Clinton energy policy may have differed and what he would push for if he were president.

Related: Find more content about Trump's administration in our news and analysis feature.

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