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McGeachin and Trump discuss Idaho

November 4, 2021

From the office of Janice McGeachin

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Following their successful meeting in June, Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin met with President Donald Trump for a second time on Tuesday to discuss important issues related to Idaho, education and their unified efforts to promote a strong America First agenda.

"It is such an honor to meet personally with President Trump," McGeachin said. "We spoke on the continuation of the America First agenda for our country and for the great state of Idaho. I will not cower to Joe Biden and his destructive policies that are now directly affecting Idaho."

While there are many conservative policies that fall within the scope of America First, some of the most important are election integrity, a strong and secure border, school choice, energy independence, and growing our economy by supporting American businesses and reducing taxes and regulations.

Under President Trump, America was making positive strides on all of these issues, but now under the corrupt Biden administration and a complicit congress with a vocal contingent of radical leftist activists, that progress is being stymied and even reversed.

Like Trump, McGeachin is committed to finding effective solutions to counter the leftist agenda and to restore the American Greatness that Biden and his cronies seek to undermine.

"I love America and I love Idaho," said McGeachin. "We cannot stand idly by and allow the next generation to suffer the consequences of our inaction. President Trump understands this and I look forward to working with him in the future to bring his America First agenda to Idaho."

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Mike Weland, Publisher  

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