The public will have to elect Hillary Clinton president if they want to know where she stands on the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline.
The Democratic front-runner continued to dodge questions about the Canada-to-Texas pipeline at a Tuesday event in New Hampshire, just days after she released details on her plan to combat climate change that omitted any mention of the 1,700-mile project.
"This is President Obama's decision, and I will not second-guess him," Clinton said at a town hall. "If it's undecided when I become president, I will answer your question."
The former secretary of state has long said she won't comment on the Keystone XL because she oversaw the initial TransCanada Corp. application for the cross-border permit it needs to build the northern leg. That permit is still under federal review.