Trump, who fought a three-year battle to stop a wind farm within sight of his Scottish golf resort and last year told a 12-year-old girl in New Hampshire that windmills “kill a lot of birds,” not so much. While Trump said in January he was joking about blaming the Chinese for fabricating the concept of climate change, he still argued it is a “a very expensive form of tax.”
"We're going to get those miners back to work ... the miners of West Virginia and Pennsylvania, which was so great to me last week, Ohio and all over are going to start to work again, believe me," Trump said after winning the Indiana primary on Tuesday. "They are going to be proud again to be miners."
A Trump advisor has said the candidate plans to review Environmental Protection Agency standards, including those that have forced some plants to close.