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Reid reflects on legacy, life under President Trump

When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Sunday rejected the final permit needed to build the Dakota Access oil pipeline, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was among those cheering the decision. As the Nevada Democrat's storied 34-year-old congressional career comes to a close in the coming days, Reid acknowledged that like the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota, much of the agenda that he and his Democratic colleagues have fought for throughout the eight years of Barack Obama's presidency is at risk of being unraveled during the Trump administration. "Of course I'm terribly disappointed," Reid said.

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