Gov. Doug Burgum: Trump cares about what people are experiencing

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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum shares the behind-the-headlines story on how former President Trump is working to connect with Americans on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’

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  1. …..when will these people ditch this BIG BABY?! He keeps putting America down and denying all of the crimes HE HAS committed…so pathetic…so embarrassing…it's ok to admit you're wrong – be brave…stand up – wake up – and admit you've totally F'd UP with this giant orange, SHAMER OF AMERICA reality TV LOSER T&RD!!!!! You can do eeeeeet!!!

  2. WARNING FELLOW AMERICANS>>>>Trump and the Retrumplican party are already making plans for what they want to do if Trump wins. What they have in mind will set the economy on fire. One of the first things they plan on doing is another giant tax break for the wealthy and raise taxes for everyone else. Trump wants another tariff war. The price of everything will skyrocket.

  3. Why do MAGA Republicans favor open borders and oppose strong Border Defense? Normal Republicans drafted the Bill * /// Key provisions of the Border Bill: *1. The bipartisan Senate bill would add more than 1,500 new Customs and Border Protection personnel. 2.the bipartisan Senate bill would add an additional 4,300 Asylum Officers and it would make the asylum process faster and fairer.3.The bipartisan Senate agreement would increase detention beds to a total of 50,000. 4.the bipartisan Senate bill would provide funding for an additional 100 immigration judges and their associated staff.5. The bipartisan agreement would fund the installation of 100 cutting-edge inspection machines to help detect fentanyl at our Southwest Border ports of entry. 6The bill also includes $1.4 billion for cities and states who are providing critical services to newcomers, and would expedite work permits for people who are in the country and qualify

  4. "During a speech in Green Bay, Wisconsin, former President Donald Trump pointed to a chart on apprehensions of people trying to enter the U.S. illegally at the southwest border. “See the arrow on the bottom? That was my last week in office,” Trump said. “That was the lowest number in history.” But Trump was wrong on both points. In fact, the arrow is pointing to apprehensions in April 2020, when apprehensions plummeted during the height of the pandemic. In his last months in office, apprehensions had more than quadrupled from that pandemic low and were higher than the month he took office." —- Fact Checks April 4th, 2024

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