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KEVIN CRAMER

New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin joins this episode of Plain Talk to discuss his new book about the aftermath of the Jan. 6, 2021, riot. Chad and Rob also discuss the political implications of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Republican Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer both said they plan to oppose Jackson's confirmation. The Biden nominee has drawn the support of three other GOP members and is expected to win enough support in the Senate to become the country's first Black woman Supreme Court justice.
Cramer talks about the Supreme Court nomination battle over Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the war in Ukraine, what that war means for American energy, and why he picked incumbent Sen. John Hoeven over challenger Rick Becker in the NDGOP's Senate primary.

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Reuters reports that Roman Leshchenko has resigned as Ukraine's agriculture minister on Thursday. Senior lawmaker Mykola Solskyi later told Reuters that he had accepted an offer to replace Leshchenko as minister.
When the other side wins, we must accept that they get to govern.
Every time an elected official such as Sen. John Hoeven does what the Trump movement wants him to do, they move the goal posts again.
The legislation, named the "Burial Equity for Guards and Reserves Act," allows members of the National Guard and reserve to be eligible for burial in state veterans cemeteries without the cemetery losing funds from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
It's worth remembering that all three members of North Dakota's federal delegation -- Sens. John Hoever and Kevin Cramer and Congressman Kelly Armstrong -- voted to certify the election.
As the interview wound down, Trump said he wanted to leave on a "a little bit of optimism," stating, "We can do it again. We can bring it back, and we'll bring it back even stronger."

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Trump is expected to talk about North Dakota's energy sector, an investigation into Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, the trucker protest in Canada and Fisher Industries, a Dickinson company that secured contracts to build part of the wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.
If we want reliable supply lines, and if we want to diminish the power of cruel regimes like China's, we have to allow industrial endeavor here in the United States.
MINOT, N.D. — What started as a small protest of truckers upset about the Canadian government's vaccine mandates has turned into a full-on international movement. Now demonstrators have blocked multiple crossings between the United States and Canada, and it's having a deleterious impact on commerce between our nations at a time when we hardly need it.

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