Gov. Jerry Brown agrees to boost National Guard border efforts, but insists it won't be 'a mission to round up women and children'
Wednesday, 11 April 2018 () Gov. Jerry Brown agreed Wednesday to take money but not marching orders from President Trump in deploying 400 National Guard troops to various locations around the state, insisting any service members deployed near the border would not enforce federal immigration law.
The Trump administration said Monday that California Gov. Jerry Brown rejected terms of the National Guard’s initial deployment to the Mexican border, but a... FOXNews.com - PoliticsAlso reported by •Deseret News •Seattle Times
California Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he and President Donald Trump have come to terms on an agreement for the state to provide National Guard troops to... CNSNews.com - USAlso reported by •L.A. Times •Newsy
According to a recent poll by Reuters and Ipsos, a majority of Americans support President Donald Trump's plan to deploy National Guard troops at the Mexico border and believe it will be an effective.. Source: Wochit -
It seemed that former FBI director James Comey was everywhere last week -- including inside the president's head; Gov. Jerry Brown has been trying to finesse the issue of using the National Guard to.. Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -
"The crime rate in California is high enough, and the Federal Government will not be paying for Governor Brown’s charade. We need border security and action, not words!" the president tweeted.. Source: KCAL 9 CBS LA -