REPORT: Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy offers Trump use of troops along 3,000 miles away US-Mexico border
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Alaska’s new Republican governor offered President Donald Trump use of the Alaska National Guard to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border Friday, but a spokesperson for the politician said there’s no planned movement for the troops.
On the same day POTUS declared a national emergency to fund the building of a controversial border wall, Governor Mike Dunleavy said soldiers were available.
The article goes on to state the following:
In a video message shared on social media around 3.30pm, the 57-year-old from Pennsylvania said: ‘Today I notified the @WhiteHouse & @realDonaldTrump that #Alaska and our National Guard – if called upon – stand ready to support the national security crisis on the US Southern Border.’
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