California Rejects Initial National Guard Border Plan

California Governor Jerry Brown has rejected the Trump administration’s initial proposals for a National Guard mission along the state’s border with Mexico, a top US official said Monday. Brown last week had said he would accept federal funding from President Donald Trump to boost his state’s National Guard.

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2 Thoughts to “California Rejects Initial National Guard Border Plan”

  1. Bill

    Brown hit a little too much acid in his younger days it would seem. I vote for border wall between the United States and Ca. You know, the state that would make Sodom and Gomorrah blush. It would be in our best interest to swap two illegals for peloopsie and maxipad.

  2. 83ragtop50

    President Trump: Quit fooling around with Moonbeam Brown, declare martial law to secure our border from the current invasion from Mexico.