Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner appeared on FOX News’ right-leaning Fox and Friends this morning and praised Trump as having the “style” of a general who personally leads his troops to battle.
After Refusing to Talk to Obama’s Supreme Court Selection, Gardner Now Eager to Meet with Trump’s Nominee
Shortly after Trump announced his latest nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) tweeted, “I look forward to meeting soon with Judge [Brett] Kavanaugh.”
In May, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) took legislative action to acknowledge the “dark moment” of Japanese internment camps, but faced with the current reality of the Trump administration’s child internment camps, he refused to join any of the several legislative efforts to stop them, instead only signing on to a letter.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) said last week that he’s not planning to run again for his current U.S. Senate leadership position, in which he’s charged with electing Republicans to the U.S. Senate.
Gardner Sees Trump’s North Korea Talks As “Positive Development” After Denouncing Obama For Lesser Dialogue
UPDATE: In an NPR interview today, Gardner said he talked to Trump, and Trump agrees that he will not meet with Kim Jong-un without preconditions on denuclearization. For Gardner, this represents a flip back to his old position of insisting on preconditions. Gardner had abandoned this stance (See below.). For the president, it appears Trump hasn’t advocated this stance publicly, only in private to Gardner.
A statement by Senator Cory Gardner appeared in a political Facebook ad created by the Russian troll farm Internet Research Agency.
Gardner says “White House does have a little bit more of an uptick, but I don’t think there’s chaos”
In an interview this morning, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner again rejected any characterization of “chaos” in the White House administration, despite two more recent top-level personnel changes in adviser and cabinet positions, saying it’s “not a surprise to see employee changes in any administration.”
Billboard on wheels asks Gardner to protect public lands
In support of the March for Our Lives, progressive advocacy organization MoveOn.org Civic Action has commissioned billboards challenging Republican members of Congress for their acceptance of campaign funding from the National Rifle Association and continued opposition to gun safety measures in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting. In Colorado, these billboards challenge Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Mike Coffman.
A star-studded collection of Republicans, including U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton, and Arapahoe County area District Attorney George Brauchler, made appearances Saturday at the Arapahoe County GOP assembly.