California won't participate in USA border security operation

California won't participate in USA border security operation

California's Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, who has repeatedly come from President Trump's political crosshairs, obtained rare compliments against your president a week after which he agreed to setting up four hundred troops at the National Guard's big border mission as 2006. So far, the other three states appear to be complying with Trump's executive order.

According to Associated Press sources, Brown would agree to send troops as long as they were not involved in immigration enforcement. According to a USA officer, the California Guard has suggested assigning approximately forty troops to bud eradication on the other side of the state. He said that talks with California are ongoing.

A Del Rio Border Patrol Sector Border Patrol agent briefs National Guard personnel deployed for Operation Guardian Support.

Lt. Col. Thomas Keegan said Monday afternoon that "state officials have not rejected anything since the Governor responded to the federal government last Wednesday with the proposed 'Memorandum of Agreement between the State of California and The Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security'".

The state's position infuriated some federal officials because the restrictions California officials wanted to impose on what the state's troops would not do were considered onerous, the officials said.

Brown last week characterized his choice to donate troops because a welcome infusion of support that was funded to fight multinational criminal gangs and drug and firearms smugglers. Drawing that line will likely prove hard because the Border Patrol combats illegal immigration but also drug smuggling and other crimes.

The Democratic governor cast his decision as a welcome infusion of support paid for by the US government to fight transnational criminal gangs and drug and firearms smugglers.

The government of California officially rebuked the Trump administration's decision to deploy the National Guard to the southern border Monday; saying federal plans had their troops working "too closely" with immigration enforcement. Almost 250 were in Arizona, more than 60 in New Mexico and about 650 in Texas.