Former Rep. Mike Hultsgren (R-MO) has told Fox News that President Donald Trump’s first 100 days are “going to be a rough one.”
Hultsgraff was one of the first Republicans to publicly announce his presidential candidacy and endorsed Trump after he took office.
“I think it’s going to be tough, especially after the election,” he said.
I’m not in any way saying it’s easy for him, but I think he’s going do a good job.” “
But he’s a guy that’s got a lot to prove.
I’m not in any way saying it’s easy for him, but I think he’s going do a good job.”
Hultgrains plan for his first 100 day is a focus of his book “Rescuing America,” which focuses on the challenges facing rural America and how it can be restored to prosperity.
He’s also a supporter of Trump, the GOP frontrunner, and the first president in US history to have a cabinet with more than 100 people.
The book is slated for release in August.
Hultsgruber told Fox that he is “not in any sense a fan” of Trump.
“What I’m trying to do is tell my story, and I’m a patriot,” he told Fox.
But Hultsgrains hopes that by being the first one to come forward, he will help save the rural American economy from the ravages of climate change. “
And I hope I can contribute to his presidency.”
But Hultsgrains hopes that by being the first one to come forward, he will help save the rural American economy from the ravages of climate change.
Hultgruber, who is married to a woman from Texas, said that he has already started working to make his own small, family-owned business.
“It’s a little bit of a struggle, but we’re just going to have to figure out what to do about it,” he explained.
Hints of a new era in the MidwestHultsgrubery is not the only one who has spoken out against Trump.
Former Minnesota Rep. Rick Nolan has been vocal about the president, and has said he would like to see him impeached.
He was the only Democrat in Congress to vote against impeaching Trump in 2017.
Hunsgruber, however, believes that a more robust grassroots movement can be put together for Trump to do the right thing.
“If there’s a grassroots movement and if people get to know each other and get to vote, then they’re going to make that change,” he stated.
Humesgrubers new book “Reclaiming America” will be published by St. Martin’s Press and is scheduled for release later this month.