WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong released the following statement on the House’s vote to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate following a 28-day delay:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong released the following statement following his vote in favor of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementation Act (H.R. 5430):
WASHINGTON – Congressman Kelly Armstrong voted against the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump today. Armstrong released the following statement on the vote:
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While talks of impeaching President Donald Trump continue to swirl nationwide, North Dakota Representative Kelly Armstrong sees the movement as a waste of time.
“We have an election coming up in two years,” he said. “If they don’t want Donald Trump to be president they should go beat Donald Trump.”
MINOT, N.D. - While much of both social media and traditional media, and many politicians claim that the partisan divide has led to virtual inactivity on the part of Congress since the election of President Donald Trump, there has been accomplishments.
GRAND FORKS - Though the United States has not yet ratified the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, its proponents are confident it will.
The U.S. reached agreement with Mexico and Canada in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement in November. Mexico ratified the USMCA in June, and it appears Canada is making progress toward that, as well.
WASHINGTON - Congressman Kelly Armstrong said the hearing with former Special Counsel Robert Mueller wasn't "overly compelling" on MTP Daily with Chuck Todd on Wednesday. Watch the full segment below:
North Dakota lawmakers introduced legislation in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives this week that would return criminal jurisdiction to Spirit Lake Nation tribal court, a press release said.