TODAY’S ACTION: Call Sen. John Hoeven and ask him what he thinks of Trump’s response to Putin

Let’s all call John Hoeven and see what he thinks about Russia, especially as he was part of the delegation that went there earlier this month. He’s the only one who didn’t make a statement for MN or ND yesterday. We need to know if he stands by country or party.

Sen. John Hoeven
Fargo: 701-239-5389
Washington: 202-224-2551

Related news articles:

https://www.npr.org/2018/07/16/628973563/trump-putin-to-meet-after-new-charges-over-russias-2016-election-interference

https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/07/moment-of-decision/565289/?utm_source=atlfb_test209_1

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/how-lawmakers-intelligence-experts-are-reacting-to-trumps-comments-about-russia

https://www.newsandguts.com/video/donald-trumps-international-embarrassment/

Heidi Heitkamp’s statement (source Facebook)

https://www.facebook.com/SenatorHeidiHeitkamp/?hc_ref=ARRbLhKUy2ZkbVNJLDyipcE7BG3wBqBiZ-phroiLX7771wrYO3aeI_IAwUx5xPlZKmw&fref=nf&hc_location=group

“My full statement on the President and Putin’s meeting in Helsinki:

Russia poses a grave threat to our national security and our democracy. It is absolutely imperative for the morale and standing of our brave law enforcement officers and military who put their lives on the line every day—and for honoring the memory of those who have lost their lives because of Russian influence across the world in Syria, Afghanistan, and many other countries—that the President, at a very minimum, challenge Russia regarding its interference in our election and threats to our democracy. There is no gray area here. Top officials in this administration, our intelligence agencies, and the bipartisan U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee have all reached the same conclusion which is the truth.

Putin is not a friend or ally of our country and he continues to try to create chaos around the world. Today was a sad and unprecedented day in history—an American president stood with Russia over our own country. Any president’s priority should be defending the United States, standing up for our military and law enforcement, and remaining united against any attempts to undermine our interests—especially when meeting with an adversary like Russia. Today, that did not happen.”