Trump-Brown Feud Is GREAT NEWS… For Border Jumpers

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Border jumpers are thrilled that Trump and Brown have yet to reach an agreement that would help cut down on the infiltration of our borders. While California Governor Jerry Brown appeared to be complying with the President’s orders- at last, it is now obvious this couldn’t be further from the truth.

The war of words between President Trump and California Governor Jerry Brown over illegal immigration heated up again this morning. Just yesterday Gov. Brown suggested 400 National Guard troops would be headed for the border and that the federal government had agreed to pay for it. But this morning President Trump tweeted this:


As Hotair Reports:

This all started a couple weeks ago when President Trump announced that, since funding for his border wall was stalled, he was calling on states to send National Guard troops to the border. A week later, there was another surprise when Gov. Jerry Brown announced that he would be sending 400 National Guard troops to the border to fight smuggling and drug trafficking. However, Brown also drew a line at getting involved in preventing illegal immigration saying, “It will not be a mission to round up women and children or detain people escaping violence and seeking a better life. And the California National Guard will not be enforcing federal immigration laws.”

Wednesday, Gov. Brown released a statement saying 400 troops were headed to the border, “after securing the federal government’s commitment this week to fund the mission.” That certainly makes it sound as if some agreement has been reached. But if so, Trump’s tweet this morning appears to be rejecting that agreement. So far, there has not been a response from Gov. Brown clarifying whether or not his National Guard troops are still headed for the border.

Who wants to bet Governor Jerry Brown will drag his heals every step of the way when it comes time to build the wall. Which side of the border do his  lie on anyway?

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