“I’m very friendly with this area. I have the hotel here, I will tell you I’m going to take a look at it because so many people here are talking about it. I’ll take a look at it, and the next time you interview me, I’ll have an answer,” Trump said. Asked a follow up about concerns the repository would hurt tourism, Trump again sidestepped. “No. 1 is safety and it is a little too close to major population, so I will take a look at it and I will have an opinion,” the Republican presidential nominee said. http://victoriaholmesme.universitypunjabi.org/2016/10/05/identifying-rational-systems-for-selection-process/Nevada Sen. Harry Reid, the retiring Senate minority leader who has fought Yucca his entire Senate career — and whose political machine will be critical in deciding next month’s winner here — jumped on Trump’s lack of a direct answer. “Trump told us we pronounce our state wrong; then he refused to take stance on Yucca,” Reid tweeted.
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