Trump gives me another reason not to regret my vote for him:
After decades of importing oil, the United States has — briefly, at least — become a net exporter of oil and petroleum products.
In the last week of November, the country exported more oil, gasoline and other petroleum products than it imported, marking a milestone for the domestic industry and for a White House that has been eager to secure what it calls “energy independence” with new domestic production.
U.S. Energy Information Administration data published yesterday show that the U.S. imported 8.84 million barrels per day of crude oil and petroleum products and exported 9.05 million barrels per day in the last week of November, amounting to a net export of 211,000 barrels per day.
Go here to read the rest. Obama, like most Leftists, preferred failure that fit into his ideological agenda, than success for the nation that flew in the face of his green energy dreams.