Former president Donald Trump took aim at Michigan Rep. Peter Meijer during an in-state rally over the weekend. Trump, who was in Washington Township for a “Save America” rally on Saturday, spent several minutes making fun of the spelling of the 34-year-old Republican’s name, even though it’s one of the most famous in Michigan.
Lapointe: In Macomb County, Trump Snubs James Craig, Insults Rep. Peter Meijer and Admits his Own Greatness
Donald Trump’s eventful week ended in semi-rural Washington Township in Macomb County Saturday night when he admitted to a sports hall filled with devotees: “As almost everyone said, I was right about everything. And that’s true. I was right about everything. Fuel. The border. The military.”. Modest...
In a joint address to Congress Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy showed footage of the devastation Ukrainians are experiencing. Republican Congressman Peter Meijer said it was jarring. He said he wants the U.S. to stay alert as the conflict continues. Meijer said he believes freedom and democracy hang in the...
United States Representative Peter Meijer hosted a virtual Town Hall Tuesday evening, one day after introducing new legislation that that would prevent Moscow from using its gold reserves to fund the war in Ukraine. Republican Congressman Peter Meijer, who represents Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District, opened the Town Hall discussing Russia’s...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Representative Peter Meijer said he's going for the gold - Russian President Vladimir Putin's gold, that is. In a live-streamed townhall meeting from Washington, D.C., Meijer announced that he's co-sponsored bi-partisan legislation that would freeze Moscow's access to tens of billions in gold. He said President Putin may try to access the country's gold reserves because of economic sanctions imposed that has drastically de-valued the Russian Ruble.
Hear the full conversation on this week's episode on this “To The Point” episode for the weekend of Feb. 19.
Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI) On Surging Inflation: This Was One Of My Biggest Concerns Around American Rescue Plan
The Labor Department said Thursday that consumer prices jumped 7.5% last month compared with a year earlier, the steepest year-over-year increase since February 1982. When measured from December to January, inflation was 0.6%, the same as the previous month and more than economists had expected. Prices rose 0.7% from October to November and 0.9% from September to October. Shortages of supplies and workers, heavy doses of federal aid, ultra-low interest rates and robust consumer spending combined to send inflation leaping in the past year. And there are few signs that it will slow significantly anytime soon.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Ben Carson is the featured speaker Monday at a campaign rally for John Gibbs, a Republican endorsed by former President Donald Trump who wants to unseat Rep. Peter Meijer in the August GOP primary for Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District. Doors open for the rally,...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Hillary Scholten, an attorney from Grand Rapids, says she’s jumping into the Democratic primary to replace Republican U.S. Rep. Peter Meijer in Congress. Scholten ran against Meijer in 2020, but she was defeated by the now first-term congressman 53% to 47%. However, the 39-year-old...
Rep. Peter Meijer (R–Grand Rapids) has announced the passing of Lena Meijer, his grandmother, on Saturday.
Michigan Republican Rep. Peter Meijer was one of the only Republicans to vote for the impeachment of former President Donald Trump after Jan. 6. Today, he says the party has no choice but to back Trump in 2024. Host Peter O’Dowd speaks with Meijer about his views on the party....
GOP Rep. Peter Meijer says 'there's no other option right now in the Republican Party' beyond backing Trump
Republican Rep. Peter Meijer said former President Donald Trump remains relevant in the party because there "is no other option." Following the January 6 insurrection, Republicans like Sen. Lindsay Graham said: "Enough is enough." Trump has teased a 2024 presidential run but has not made his future in the party...
Michigan Congressman Peter Meijer (R-Grand Rapids) had anything but a typical first year in Congress.