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IMMIGRATION INSANITY: Gov. Newsom to Order California National Guard WITHDRAWAL from Border

IMMIGRATION INSANITY: Gov. Newsom to Order California National Guard WITHDRAWAL from Border

Gavin Newsom ordered the withdrawal of most of the National Guard troops now deployed at the state's southern border in a public rebuke to President Donald Trump. With California and New Mexico scaling back their National Guard deployments, 1,725 troops will remain across Texas and Arizona, according to NBC News.

The New Mexico governor said that she rejected the "federal contention that there exists an overwhelming national security crisis at the southern border, along which are some of the safest communities in the country".

Newsom's plan would reassign 110 California National Guard members to aid state firefighters in preparing for wildfire season, and redirect an additional 100 troops to work on "intelligence operations" to take down global criminal drug gangs operating within California.

Just a month into his governorship of the nation's most populous state, Newsom has sparred with Trump on immigration and other issues. Grisham, also a Democrat, was as critical of the president as Newsom, declaring, "New Mexico will not take part in the president's charade of border fear-mongering by misusing our diligent National Guard troops". "It will not be a mission to round up women and children or detain people escaping violence and seeking a better life". He ordered that they not enforce immigration laws or participate in building a new border barrier.

The Democrat plans to rescind on Monday an earlier authorization for the troops to aid the Trump administration. They can not act as a police force or make arrests.

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US President Donald Trump (C) looks on with Governor of California Jerry Brown (R) and Lieutenant Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, as they view damage from wildfires in Paradise, California on November 17, 2018. Every president since Ronald Reagan has called on the National Guard for limited, temporary missions along the frontier.

And on his first full day in office last month, Newsom said he had directed California National Guard Adjutant General David Baldwin to prepare "a menu of options". Kamala Harris. Newsom has only been governor for a hot second, but he spent eight high-profile years as Brown's lieutenant governor, a period in which Newsom built a lot of credibility and credit among progressive activists.

"What's appropriate, what would be inappropriate, what was our commitment under the executive order Gov".

He added: "I can assure you I have not deviated from my previous statements in terms of my desire to move in a different direction".