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The Standing Rock protests face an uncertain future. But this moment won't be forgotten. | Mic


The Standing Rock protests face an uncertain future. But this moment won't be forgotten. | Mic: Trump also recently owned stock in Energy Transfer Partners — the company that's building the Dakota Access pipeline — until he allegedly sold off roughly $50,000 worth of shares over the summer. He has since expressed his support for the pipeline's completion, but denied his support was in any way related to his stake in its builder.

"We hope that [Energy Transfer Partners CEO] Kelcy Warren, [North Dakota] Governor Dalrymple, and the incoming Trump administration respect this decision and understand the complex process that led us to this point," Archambault told the Guardian.

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