REPORT: Arizona Gov. backs Trump on Mexico border closure

APRIL 3, 2019

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey offered rare Republican support Wednesday for President Trump’s threat to close the Mexico border if Congress doesn’t pass comprehensive immigration reform.

“I think our trade with Mexico is extremely important, but border security comes first,” Ducey told reporters on the White House driveway after meeting with Trump.

The article goes on to state the following:

Ducey said that Trump has not made a decision, but that if he does close the border, “we would be supportive of it — and want it to be as short as possible.”

He added: “Why doesn’t Congress just act and we can solve the whole issue?” Ducey said he wants funds for border security, more money for non-profits, and legal changes to remove “incentives” to migrants.

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