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President Trump Working With ND Construction Company For Border Wall

WASHINGTON – President Trump says he’s working with North Dakota construction company Fisher Industries to build his wall at the Mexico border. “Recommended strongly by a great, new Senator, as you know, Kevin Cramer. But they’ve been bidding, and so far they haven’t been meeting the bids, I thought they would,” President Trump said. The Dickinson-based company has made an…

Sen. Cramer Wants Corps of Engineers Fired From Border Wall Project

Who we choose to build the wall defines whether it actually gets built. The Army Corp of Engineers has been an abstract failure and should not be trusted to secure the southern border. We need someone to #BuildTheWall on time and under budget. https://t.co/J4oD5DikXc — Sen. Kevin Cramer (@SenKevinCramer) March 8, 2019 WASHINGTON – North Dakota Senator Kevin Cramer says…

Sen. Cramer Sounds Off on Democrats’ Response to Trump’s National Emergency

The Senator says the border protection opposition is a direct attack on President Trump

FARGO, N.D. — Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) is standing by President Trump and his declaration of a national emergency over border wall funding. The Senator was in Fargo to talk with veterans about issues affecting them. Cramer says that Democratic opposition to Trump’s efforts to get more funding for a border wall is purely an attack against the President, and does…

President Trump Declares National Emergency To Pay For Border Wall

Trump says he shouldn't be sued but predicted ``we will be very successful in court.

WASHINGTON, DC — President Donald Trump says he expects legal challenges to his decision to declare a national emergency to erect barriers between the U.S. and Mexico but says he’ll be vindicated. Trump announced Friday that he has signed the appropriate paperwork to declare an emergency on the border so he can build the wall. In a sing-songy tone of…

President Trump Announces End To Government Shutdown For Three Weeks

Trump's action would end what has become a record, 35-day partial shutdown.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he’ll sign legislation shortly to reopen shuttered government departments for three weeks until Feb. 15. Trump’s action would end what has become a record, 35-day partial shutdown. Some 800,000 federal workers have had to work without pay or have been kept from doing their jobs as Trump and congressional Democrats were locked in a stalemate…

Partial Gov. Shutdown Could Be Days Away, Sen.-Elect Cramer Provides Insight

It could start on Saturday

WASHINGTON – With January a few weeks away, the government will see incumbents as well as some new faces taking over. Cramer’s transition from the House to the Senate is pretty seamless so far. But he says it’s unlikely the current House and Senate will say they’re having an easy time coming to an agreement on the funding for President Trump’s…