Trump jr oils Republican wheels in North Dakota
Republicans and Democrats are locked in a critical contest in oil-rich North Dakota, which is why Donald Trump jr bounced into town with his new-ish girlfriend, former Fox News presenter Kimberly Guilfoyle
At North Dakota Petroleum Council’s Annual General Meeting in Fargo earlier this week, the mood is buoyant and the outlook bullish.
The atmosphere in the ballroom at the Marriott Delta Hotel in Fargo, a soulless pre-fabricated contraption which looks like it was assembled from a flat pack kit the night before, is euphoric as one oil industry executive after another takes to the stage to assure the 200 or so attendees that business...
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