Branstad Meets with Trump in New York Board of Regents Names UNI President U of Illinois Head Tamps Sanctuary Talk Chicago Mayor Speaks with Trump

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Branstad Meets with Trump in New York Board of Regents Names UNI President U of Illinois Head Tamps Sanctuary Talk Chicago Mayor Speaks with Trump


The, Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque)


DES MOINES - Gov. Terry Branstad met with President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday amid speculation that the Iowa governor could be offered an ambassadorship to China.

Ben Hammes, a spokesman for the governor, said Branstad and Trump met for about an hour at Trump Tower.

Branstad said in a press release that they discussed Iowa's role in the presidential election and the transition into Trump's new administration. The governor added that he had no announcement.

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - The Iowa Board of Regents has announced the hiring of an Iowa native and a current chancellor of Montana State University/Billings as the new president for the University of Northern Iowa.

Mark Nook was selected over two other finalists, former Temple University president Neil Theobald and UNI Interim President Jim Wohlpart.

Nook, who grew up in Holstein, Iowa, replaces former President Bill Ruud, who left the university after three years to become president at a small college in Marietta, Ohio.

URBANA, Ill. - The president of the University of Illinois says its three campuses cannot legally serve as sanctuaries for immigrant students illegally living in the country despite pressure to do so.

President Timothy Killeen said Tuesday that "We must uphold state and federal laws. …

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