Arizona governor announces plans to send 150 National Guard members to border

The particular governor of Arizona announced their plans Friday to send about a hundred and fifty members of the state’ s Nationwide Guard to the U. S. -Mexico border next week.

The announcement comes after comments by President Trump upon Thursday when he said he or she wanted to deploy  among 2, 000 and 4, 1000   guard members towards the southern border in order to combat unlawful immigration and drug trafficking.

“ Our office is definitely working closely with @AZNationalGuard, @DeptofDefense and @DHSgov on plans in order to deploy approximately 150 national safeguard members to the border next week, ” Gov. Doug Ducey  said on Twitter .

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The particular governor’ s office told Sibel News that the “ state will never share in costs under Name 32. ” Under that regulation, the National Guard remains underneath the command and control of each state’ s governor.

Also on Friday, the particular Texas Military Department  tweeted   which the National Guard was prepping “ to deploy to Texas – Mexico border. ” Further information would be released during a news meeting Friday evening, they said.

Along with  Trump’ s comments upon Thursday , he said he or she intended to “ probably keep them or even a large portion of them until the wall structure is built, ” referring to the Nationwide Guard troops.

“We have to have strong edges. We’re going to have the wall, ” Trump said. “We’ve started building plus fixing miles and miles associated with wall that’ s already upward and fence and we’ lso are gonna have our wall plus we’ re gonna get it quite strongly and the military is going to be constructing some of it. ”

On Wednesday, Trump signed a proclamation sending the particular guard to the border in an effort to cease what his administration called a good “unacceptable” flow of drugs, lawbreaker activity and illegal immigrants.

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Department associated with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen previously said that the president purchased the deployment because “we are in a crisis point” with illegal migration.

“We’d like to stop it before the amounts get even bigger, ” she stated.

Nielsen added that guard members gives support to border officials, “help look at the technology, the surveillance, in some instances we’ll ask for some fleet mechanics” and free up agents trained in police force for other duties.

Fox News’ Charlie Lapastora, Samuel Chamberlain as well as the Associated Press contributed to this survey.