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Dave Price Talks to Top White House Aide on Trump Tweets and Branstad Future

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer listens to a question from Dave Price of WHO in Iowa, who is seen on the video screens, during a briefing at the White House, Tuesday, June 20, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

DES MOINES, Iowa–On Wednesday, President Donald Trump and former Iowa Governor-Turned Ambassador to China Terry Branstad will once again stand on Iowa soil. It could be one of the last times Iowans can see the longest-serving governor before he heads off to China June 23rd.

The two will take part in a tour at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids before the President holds a campaign-style rally in downtown Cedar Rapids Wednesday night.

Tuesday afternoon, Political Director Dave Price got to Skype in to the (almost) daily White House briefing with reporters. Price tried to see how the President’s sometimes combative tweets could impact Branstad’s role as Ambassador. Branstad has had a decades-long friendship with China’s President Xi.

Here is Price’s question to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

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