Winner of $400M border wall contract: ‘a gung-ho, smart guy’

JAMES MacPHERSON Associated Press BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Tommy Fisher peered into a Fox News camera and talked up his North Dakota-based company's ability to build a border wall faster and cheaper than others could, with technology "so revolutionary, it's like comparing the iPhone to a pay phone." Fisher Sand and Gravel, he said, was eager to help President Donald Trump deliver on a key campaign promise. "Hopefully the president will see this," Fisher said during the April appearance on "Fox & Friends First," part of a blitz on conservative media over several months as the construction executive took a well-worn path to the president's ear. Fisher's company ultimately won a $400 million contract, though the contract is now being audited over concern it may not meet operational req
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