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4TH DISTRICT GOP HOUSE CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF AGAIN

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During a Republican debate Thursday night for Iowa’s 4th district congressional seat, Congressman Steve King and his four challengers talked about trying to move the country forward from the COVID-19 pandemic.

King says President Trump was put in a bad situation in responding to the pandemic.

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State Senator Randy Feenstra of Hull praised the job done by President Trump and Governor Reynolds.

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Feenstra says he doesn’t want healthcare workers to rely on foreign-made personal protective equipment.

Steve Reeder, a commercial real estate broker from Arnold’s Park, says Trump and Reynolds were put between a rock and a hard place, but the COVID-19 curve is flattening and the hospitals aren’t overwhelmed with coronavirus cases.

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Former Woodbury County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor thanked Trump for ordering meat packing plants to stay open but Congress has stalled in helping out producers.

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Taylor blasted House Democratic leaders for last week passing a $3 trillion bill that wasn’t all about pandemic relief.

Former Irwin Mayor Bret Richards says there’s always lessons to be learned after situations like pandemics.

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The debate was sponsored by KGLO Radio and the Cerro Gordo County Republican party.

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