Breakthrough Web Design - 515-897-1144 - Web sites for businesses
News & Entertainment for Mason City, Clear Lake & the North Iowa Region
Founded October 1, 2010

Gov. Reynolds issues statement after meeting with President Trump


This news story was published on July 27, 2018.
Advertise on NIT Subscribe to NIT

Kim Reynolds

DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds issued the following statement Thursday after President Donald Trump’s visit to Northeast Iowa Community College in Peosta:

“President Trump’s visit today highlights Iowa’s leadership in developing a skilled workforce for the future. I was proud to showcase the progress we’ve made and the hard work we continue to do to ensure all Iowans can access good-paying jobs and rewarding careers.

“The president’s visit also gave me another opportunity to talk about trade and voice the concerns and feedback I’m hearing from Iowa farmers. While I appreciate the conversation and potential progress with the European Union, I implored him to allow year-round sales of E15 and resolve this trade issue that’s hurting Iowa farmers.

“Our farmers will continue to do what they do best, and that’s produce. By opening and expanding new markets and supporting year-round ethanol, Iowa farmers will continue to feed and fuel the world. I will always fight for our farmers and make sure their voices are heard.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 characters available

2 Responses to Gov. Reynolds issues statement after meeting with President Trump

  1. Avatar

    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    July 28, 2018 at 9:24 am

    How about that finally someone talking about the poor farmers for a change – what would we do without gmo corn – alcohol pizz gas and Chinese owned CAFO s – better health for ONE !!

  2. Avatar

    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    July 27, 2018 at 12:29 pm

    But alas Ms Governor if the tariff strategy succeeds it will be a most bountiful harvest indeed. Do the metrics. Perhaps you should get out and make a splash with the rural folks. A prepared statement is a far cry from a meet and greet. It’s falls into your hands to keep Iowa’s spirit of grassroot’in alive and well into the future. This is one of the jobs of many of your predecessors. And they did it well!