California governor Rejects Plan to Use National Guard Troops for Immigration Enforcement

The state of California has agreed to send troops to the U.S. Mexico border.

But California Governor Jerry Brown said he’s rejecting President Trump's request that they be used for immigration enforcement.

Brown said his states' national guard troops will only be used for things like fighting against drug trafficking and terrorism.
FOX 7 Austin’s Mike Warren talks to Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas about the president’s request to send troops to the border and Gov. Brown's response.