馃毃Donald Trump se vende a las grandes empresas de petr贸leo y gas

El director de medios hispanos del Comit茅 Nacional Dem贸crata, Marco Frieri, emiti贸 la siguiente declaraci贸n en respuesta a que Donald Trump sigue recaudando fondos con grandes donantes de las industrias de petr贸leo y gas en Texas tras pedirles que financiaran su campa帽a y prometerles que revertir铆a las regulaciones ambientales:

鈥淒onald Trump le vuelve a pedir dinero a sus patrocinadores de los grupos de inter茅s especiales del petr贸leo y el gas, prometiendo recortar las protecciones ambientales a cambio de otro cheque. Mientras que el presidente Biden est谩 abordando la crisis clim谩tica, creando nuevos puestos de trabajo en la econom铆a de la energ铆a limpia e impulsando un auge de la manufactura en los Estados Unidos, Trump quiere vender nuestro planeta y los puestos de trabajo de los trabajadores estadounidenses al mejor postor. Los votantes ven a trav茅s de la politiquer铆a de Trump y es por eso que rechazar谩n su agenda MAGA, la misma que niega el cambio clim谩tico, en las urnas este noviembre鈥.

HOY: Donald Trump vuelve a recaudar fondos con sus patrocinadores de los grupos de inter茅s especiales de las industrias de petr贸leo y gas, pidiendo una donaci贸n de 1.000 millones de d贸lares para su campa帽a mientras promete revertir las regulaciones ambientales.

脕mbito Financiero: 鈥淓l candidato republicano a la presidencia de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, prometi贸 revertir decenas de normas y pol铆ticas medioambientales en una reuni贸n con altos ejecutivos petroleros, en la que tambi茅n les pidi贸 que recauden 1.000 millones de d贸lares para su campa帽a鈥. 

France 24: 鈥淪i Donald Trump es reelegido presidente de Estados Unidos y sigue oponi茅ndose a las negociaciones sobre el clima, el mundo tendr谩 un 鈥榚norme problema鈥欌.

Houston Chronicle: 鈥淔ormer President Donald Trump is scheduled to appear for a luncheon and reception in Houston Wednesday, as part of a fundraising swing through Texas aimed at deep-pocketed oil donors. 鈥 The luncheon comes as Trump has ramped up his efforts to woo the oil and gas sector, with the former president reportedly telling executives at a private dinner at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida they should donate $1 billion to his campaign because he would reduce taxes and regulatory oversight over the oil industry.鈥

New York Times: 鈥淭he luncheon [is] organized by three oil executives. 鈥 The private luncheon to benefit MAGA Inc., a pro-Trump super PAC, comes about a month after Mr. Trump hosted energy executives over dinner at Mar-a-Lago, his resort in Florida. He asked them to donate $1 billion to his campaign so that he could retake the White House and dismantle Mr. Biden鈥檚 climate regulations.鈥

Washington Post: 鈥淲hat Trump promised oil CEOs as he asked them to steer $1 billion to his campaign鈥

鈥淵ou all are wealthy enough, [Trump] said, that you should raise $1 billion to return me to the White House. At the dinner, he vowed to immediately reverse dozens of President Biden鈥檚 environmental rules and policies and stop new ones from being enacted, according to people with knowledge of the meeting.鈥

鈥淕iving $1 billion would be a 鈥榙eal,鈥 Trump said, because of the taxation and regulation they would avoid thanks to him, according to the people. 鈥 Trump鈥檚 remarkably blunt and transactional pitch reveals how the former president is targeting the oil industry to finance his reelection bid.鈥

鈥淭he contrast between the two candidates on climate policy could not be more stark. 鈥 Trump has called climate change a 鈥渉oax,鈥 and his administration weakened or wiped out more than 125 environmental rules and policies over four years.鈥

鈥淒espite Trump鈥檚 huge fundraising ask, oil donors and their allies have yet to donate hundreds of millions to his campaign. They have contributed more than $6.4 million to Trump鈥檚 joint fundraising committee in the first three months of this year, according to an analysis by the advocacy group Climate Power.鈥

The Guardian: 鈥淎 鈥榙eal鈥 allegedly offered by Donald Trump to big-oil executives as he sought $1bn in campaign donations could save the industry $110bn in tax breaks if he returns to the White House, an analysis suggests.鈥

Trump se est谩 postulando con una agenda extrema que pone a sus donantes millonarios de las empresas de petr贸leo y gas por encima de los trabajadores estadounidenses.

La Rep煤blica: 鈥淓l petr贸leo y el gas son ahora una de las principales industrias que financian la campa帽a de Trump en 2024鈥.

Pa铆s Minero: 鈥淟a industria del petr贸leo y el gas de Estados Unidos ha donado 7,36 millones de d贸lares a la campa帽a de Donald Trump, favoreci茅ndolo claramente鈥︹

El Economista: 鈥淭rump est谩 decidido a reducirla y “maximizar la producci贸n de combustibles f贸siles”, declararon asesores del republicano al Financial Times en noviembre鈥.

EuroNews: 鈥淒urante su mandato, Trump ech贸 atr谩s 125 normas y pol铆ticas medioambientales destinadas a proteger el aire, el agua, la tierra y la fauna del pa铆s, argumentando que estas regulaciones perjudican a las empresas.鈥

Rolling Stone: 鈥淥il Industry Licks Its Chops for Potential Trump Win as Climate Experts Sound Alarm鈥

Politico: 鈥溾楢 little bold and gross鈥: Oil industry writes executive orders for Trump to sign鈥

Washington Post: 鈥淭rump rails against wind energy in fundraising pitch to oil executives鈥

鈥溾業 hate wind,鈥 Trump told the executives over a meal of chopped steak at his Mar-a-Lago Club and resort in Florida.鈥

鈥淭rump鈥檚 comments reveal how he is wooing potential donors with his long-standing hostility to wind farms and pledges to halt this form of renewable energy if he returns to office. His stance poses a potential threat to one of the linchpins of America鈥檚 clean-energy transition, according to more than a dozen Trump allies, energy experts and offshore wind industry officials.鈥

Bloomberg: 鈥淒onald Trump is the oil and gas industry鈥檚 undisputed top pick for the Republican presidential nomination as energy sector donors shower his candidacy with nearly 10 times the amount of money as they gave his challenger Nikki Haley.鈥

Washington Post: 鈥淭rump turns to oil barons to boost his White House bid鈥

Trump est谩 orgullosamente comprado por las grandes petroleras y empresas de gas, pero su agenda de negacionista ante el cambio clim谩tico es incre铆blemente impopular entre el pueblo estadounidense.

Forbes: 鈥淓l sector subi贸 enormemente sus contribuciones a la campa帽a de Trump en 2020 (14,9 millones de d贸lares), en comparaci贸n con lo que dio en 2016 (1 mill贸n de d贸lares), despu茅s de que 茅l promulgara una serie de pol铆ticas favorables, incluyendo el nombramiento del entonces CEO de ExxonMobil, Rex Tillerson, como su secretario de Estado鈥.

The Hill: 鈥淭rump pitch to oil companies turns off two-thirds of likely voters, poll finds鈥

鈥淏road majorities of voters aren鈥檛 happy with Trump鈥檚 apparent offer of a quid pro quo to oil companies.鈥 

鈥淎lmost 6 in 10 likely voters surveyed 鈥 58 percent 鈥 said they were 鈥榗oncerned鈥 about a second Trump term after hearing about the former president鈥檚 reported offer to undo broad swaths of President Biden鈥檚 climate policies.鈥

鈥淣early two-thirds 鈥 61 percent 鈥 of likely voters told pollsters they 鈥榬econsider鈥 their vote for a politician who made such an offer.鈥