Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks during the Innovation Showcase, Thursday, July 14, 2016, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
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Republican Donald Trump's expected selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate cheered the U.S. energy industry and dismayed green advocates on Thursday, with both sides citing Pence's support for coal mining and defiance of President Barack Obama's climate-change agenda.Advisers to Trump's campaign have told Republican officials he picked Pence, 57, as his vice presidential running mate, two Republican sources said, but Trump officials said he had not yet made a final decision.Pence ran for governor in 2012 after serving in the U.S. Congress.A former high-ranking operative in the Koch political organization who is close to both brothers said Pence could help make the donor network more receptive to Trump's campaign.
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