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51,712 views • July 2, 2022

EXCLUSIVE: Governor Kristi Noem Reflects on Faith, Family, and Difficult Choices in Times of Crisis | TEASER

“It was a pretty lonely job for a period of time. … I was getting criticism from other Republicans, from my supporters, from people that had known me my whole life that were calling and saying, Kristi, get in line with these other governors. This is going to be political destruction for you.” South Dakotan governor Kristi Noem is the only governor to never lock down any businesses during the COVID pandemic. In her new book, “Not My First Rodeo: Lessons from the Heartland,” she reflects on her life, her faith, and how she arrived at some of the most difficult decisions of her career. Why did she choose to not lock down any businesses in her state? And where does she actually stand on transgender athletes in women’s sports? In this up-close-and-personal interview with Governor Noem, we discuss her hopes, her regrets, and what she sees as the path forward for America.
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