President Trump signed an order Friday to authorize the construction of a route on the northwest border, according to a new report.
A press release from the White House, published by Vox, reveals an executive order authorizing Transcanada Keystone Pipeline to start pipeline work in Phillips County, Montana.
"I hereby authorize, subject to the conditions set out above, to construct, connect, operate and maintain piping facilities at the United States and Canadian border in the Phillips Montana District for the import of oil from Canada into United States, "says the order
Trump has already signed two executive orders. the construction of the Dakota pipeline and the Keystone XL pipeline. Both directives were met with a protest at the time.
The Dakota Access pipeline saw large protests, resulting in 761