NEW YORK – The Fox News Sunday interview with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump that aired December 1, touched on a number of recent topics surrounding the Trump Administration’s transition.
One of those topics was climate change and Trump’s choice for EPA Administrator, appears poised to roll back pollution regulations on fossil fuels, and addressed the pipeline issue. Trump briefly discussed the Dakota Access Pipeline, which will have to look for a new route after the Army Corps of Engineers blocked a heavily protested path near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
“Let me not answer the Dakota,” Trump told Fox interviewer Chris Wallace,” because perhaps that’ll be solved by the time I get there, so I don’t have to create enemies on one side or the other. But I will tell you when I get to office, if it’s not solved, I’ll have it solved very quickly.”