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Former President Trump, Sen. Cramer to speak on North Dakota radio show

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.

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Kevin Cramer speaks alongside President Donald Trump on June 27, 2018, at Scheels Arena in Fargo.
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FARGO — Former President Donald Trump is slated to appear on a radio program broadcast across North Dakota on Friday, Feb. 18.

He will speak on "What's On Your Mind," a program hosted by Flag Family Media's Scott Hennen, at 10:06 a.m. The show will be broadcast on radio stations across the state: AM 1100 The Flag in Fargo, AM 1090 The Flag in Tioga, AM 550 KFYR in Bismarck and AM 1460 KLTC in Dickinson.

Trump will be interviewed by Hennen and Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D. They will discuss 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.

Cramer recently spoke out about a meeting on Jan. 4, 2021, in which Trump's allies tried to persuade him to aid in the effort to overturn election results. Cramer said he found the meeting "unpersuasive" and ultimately voted to affirm President Joe Biden's election.

The Flag operates in partnership with WDAY Radio, which is owned by the Forum Communications Company.

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