(Fargo, ND) -- The 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, is set to make an appearance Friday morning on a regional radio program.
Trump will appear on What’s On Your Mind, hosted by Flag Family Media’s Scott Hennen. The segment will air at 10:06 a.m. Friday on five radio stations across North Dakota – AM 1100 The Flag (Fargo), AM 1090 The Flag (Tioga), AM 550 KFYR (Bismarck) and AM 1460 KLTC (Dickinson). The show is also available on the individual station’s mobile apps and social media websites, and will be available on-demand following Friday’s program. What's On Your Mind affiliates are heard across five states in the Midwest, and two Canadian provinces.
On the show, Trump will be interviewed by Hennen and U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer as part of his weekly Talkradio Townhall call-in program.
The three will discuss:
- North Dakota’s role in American energy dominance - "We had North Dakota and every state, Texas, Oklahoma, we had every state rocking and rolling with, with energy the best time they've ever had,” Trump said. Throughout the Trump Administration, North Dakota was among the world's leading oil and gas producers.
- Recent findings from John Durham, Special Counsel from the U.S. Department of Justice which alleges that the Hillary Clinton campaign spied on the President and his family as President and as a Candidate. Trump called the allegations “bigger than Watergate by a factor of 10.”
- The trucker protest in Canada and his reaction to legal threats from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
- Fisher Industries, a Dickinson, North Dakota based company, who secured nearly two billion dollars worth of contracts to build the southern wall. Fisher did a fantastic job,” Trump said. “They really were a great contractor, and we were weeks away from having the wall totally completed. We had the most secure border we've ever had, and now we have the weakest border we've ever had by far.”
Trump also praised the work of Cramer, who was elected to the United States Senate in 2018, after serving in the United States House from 2013 through 2018.
“I knew he was gonna be good, but he's even better than that. He's just made some incredible decisions and he's tough,” Trump said of Senator Cramer.