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"In my time as Governor, Texas has maintained a continuous presence of National Guard members along the border, and we've added hundreds of permanent Department of Public Safety troopers to the region", said Abbott, a Republican.

The deployment will be done in conjunction with border state governors and will begin immediately. That is what Donald Trump is pushing us towards, because right now it's the Southern border; what's going to be next? But finding it hard to get that plan underway, the president said he would send military forces to bolster civilian security patrols.

An administration official said DHS and Department of Defense officials were coordinating with border governors in the National Guard deployment. Jerry Brown would respond to Trump's call.

Precise details about the deployment will be worked out in the coming days, but according to NBC sources, the troops will have no actual physical contact with immigrants. Bush ordered 6,000 troops to the border in 2006 in Operation Jump Start; they stayed from June 2006 to July 2008.

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A police spokesman added: "Their arrest led to a search of a couple of properties and the further arrest of a woman". As an officer left the jail, Cameron reportedly told him, "This ain't over".

"I don't want to get ahead of the governors", she said at the White House Wednesday.

Trump was briefed Tuesday on his administration's border strategy by Nielsen, Mattis, Sessions, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford, Chief of Staff John Kelly and other senior officials, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

Border arrests this year are down almost 13 percent compared to last year but March saw a big spike with more than 37-thousand arrests.

House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, called the plan "a positive step toward providing the safety this nation has long demanded". Mexican immigration officers have been signing them up for temporary transit visas, which would allow them to travel to the USA border, possibly to seek asylum, or to seek asylum status in Mexico. At the time, the country was afraid of drug violence from the Mexican cartels spilling over into US border communities.

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That shooting sparked anger in the region and ended the Bill Clinton-era military presence along the global line. Mexico says it has been assured by the administration that the National Guard troops on the border will not be armed and will not serve as border patrol agents.

The move would help prevent illegal crossings, the President said. The troops were sent to beef up efforts against drug smuggling and illegal immigration. But for Californians, Donald Trump's latest plan to "protect" the U.S. -Mexico border with the National Guard is obviously offensive. In the past, they've served in support roles like training, construction, and intelligence gathering.

The secretary also noted that the administration would be asking Congress to provide the legal authority and resources to address "this crisis at our borders".

It may appear that sending the National Guard to the border results in fewer people attempting to cross the border.

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In his way, I think what he's forcing people to do is have a conversation, [helping] people to bond together and work together. Like you, I like to believe that we're in a better place today but still working and communicating and growing.

"If @realDonaldTrump asks me to deploy Oregon Guard troops to the Mexico border, I'll say no", tweeted Democratic Gov Brown. And Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott said he "would not be eager" to send troops because so many other states are closer to the border with Mexico. Over two years, about 29,000 National Guard forces participated, as forces rotated in and out.

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