Trump slams California governor over U.S. troops at border
20 April 2018, 12:57 | Robert Harris
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President Donald Trump is accusing California's governor of "trying to back out of the National Guard at the Border". "The crime rate in California is high enough, and the federal government will not be paying for Governor Brown's charade". On Wednesday, Trump hailed the "Revolution" in California against the "sanctuary state".
Brown was the last of the nation's border governors to respond to Trump's insistence earlier this month that National Guard troops were needed to assist with immigration-related duties at the U.S. -Mexico border.
According to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielson, National Guard troops were never meant to enforce federal immigration laws, but rather help with fence/wall repairs, administrative work, deterrence and more.
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"California Guard service members shall not participate in the construction of any new border barrier", according to the order. A spokesman pointed to a tweet written Wednesday night by Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, thanking the California governor for his efforts.
At the weekly Pentagon press briefing on Thursday, reporters asked if Trump's tweet meant that the Department of Defense would not be providing federal funding for the deployment of the National Guard in California.
"We are in a support role".
San Diego joined roughly a dozen other local governments in Southern California, including Orange County, in opposing the state's new "sanctuary" laws. "California's risky policies release violent criminal back into our communities, putting all Americans at risk".
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