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12 Coal Miners Died On This Man’s Watch in 2006. Now Trump Wants to Make Him Commerce Secretary.

Zoe Carpenter The Nation
 Ross made his money collecting “distressed assets”—failing steel and textile mills in the midwest and south, and coal mines in Appalachia. Dubbed the “The King of Bankruptcy,” Ross cut jobs, wages, pensions, and health benefits at the companies he acquired, and reaped the profits.   So much for Trump’s supposed commitment to coalfield workers.
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