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On Capitol Hill house Republicans that and -- hold a hearing today on the Keystone Pipeline congressman Ed Whitfield is on the committee and -- all right congressman.
At the end of this day.
Do you -- can you say positively.
This pipeline will be built.
Well -- -- can't say that Stewart.
As you know TransCanada submitted an application.
In September 2008.
Almost five years ago.
And it requires a presidential -- that in this president is now willing to grant permanent.
We hear though that he is likely to approve it and always been long long delayed that we're hearing he's likely to approve it what's your sense of this.
Well you know I have my doubts about that because we invited five.
Cabinet officials from his that cabinet to come today to talk about.
This that pipeline permit application.
And they refuse to count.
So they refute that flat out refused to come there wouldn't it wouldn't be them.
And the that's correct OK who's gonna appear -- -- -- committee today.
Well we're we're gonna have the president of TransCanada.
Is gonna come and talk about the pipeline.
We're also having labor union represented -- support this pipeline.
And then of course we have some environmentalists who have very much opposed to account so it'll be an interesting hearing and we'd like you about that.
-- congressman Ed Whitfield thanks so much for joining us so we appreciate you help us thank you.
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