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Listen: US crude oil exports could escape role in US-China trade war

On today's Capitol Crude we look at the ongoing trade war between the US and China and whether US crude oil exports could be subject to retaliatory tariffs.

Frank Verrastro with the Center for Strategic and International Studies discusses why Chinese oil demand and looming Iranian sanctions may leave US oil out of the trade fight.