I don't think Trump is totally against new forms of energy, be it green or not. His stated goal is to make "America to achieve energy independence from OPEC and all nations hostile to the interests of the United States to ensure national security, and insulate it from any supply disruptions and price fluctuations from the global oil market". Reducing carbon emissions is even mentioned on whitehouse.gov " America’s energy revolution has produced affordable, reliable energy for consumers along with stable, high-paying jobs for small businesses—all while dropping carbon emissions to their lowest level in 25 years. American energy policy must balance environmental protection with economic growth in order to encourage innovation, discovery, and prosperity."
With these stated goals, it makes sense that the US would be investing in multiple sources of energy.
Our oil and gas prices are tied to OPEC and whatever the futures market dictates. We have a surplus of oil and gas in the United States. Our biggest importer is Canada. But, when there are tensions in the Middle East, our oil and gas prices go up.
The current Republican administration has been fighting to open up large swaths of Utah and Arizona to fossil fuel exploration. Including national parks. They laugh at this talk of "green new deal" and keep on thinking that fossil fuels are the wave of the future. Just because there is a warm, fuzzy "feel good" statement on one page of a government web site does not mean they are gung-ho about renewables.