On a North Dakota radio call-in show in early April, featuring both the state's lone congressman, Kevin Cramer (R), and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, a caller asked what the billionaire's top priority would be in his first 100 days if elected. Cramer said the first task should be going after excessive federal regulations and "rolling them back." Not missing a beat, Trump jumped in saying, "Absolutely right, especially environmental things." Cramer, 55, a second-term lawmaker who served for nearly a decade as a North Dakota electricity regulator, said he was already planning to endorse Trump before the radio interview. But the exchange helped solidify that they were on the same page when it came to energy and environmental policies, and Cramer soon became one of Trump's early House backers.