Plain Talk: Cramer talks COVID-19 relief, oil, guns, and Coal Creek Station
"I don't know how he could have handled it better."
That's what Sen. Kevin Cramer said on this episode of Plain Talk in praise of fellow Republican, Gov. Doug Burgum, and his handling of the COVID-19 outbreak in North Dakota.
Cramer has also praised President Donald Trump's handling of the crisis. "His actions have demonstrated federalism," the Senator said, referencing Trump's preference that state's take the lead in responding to the virus. Though Cramer acknowledged that Trump's federalism is more apparent in his actions than his words, with the President at times suggesting his office has unlimited power over the country.
The Senator also touched on coronavirus relief efforts, his intention to ensure that oil and gun companies in particular are treated fairly by relief policies, as well as the situation around Coal Creek Station in central North Dakota.
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