Governor Gov. Gavin Newsom will be held to host several hundred National Guard troops from the state border in Mexico on Monday in a clear denial of the description of President Donald Trump of the region besieged by Central American refugees and migrants, according to the report.
The move goes beyond the agreement of its predecessor ̵
The Newsom plan will require the National Guard to immediately withdraw troops from the ground but still provide until the end of March to do so. According to quotations from his Tuesday State of the State address, he will call "emergency emergency" a "manufactured crisis," and say that "California will not be part of the political theater."
BORDER WALL TALKS BREAK DOWN AHEAD OF SECOND POSIBLE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
Newsom orders are required around 110 National Guard troops to help the state prepare for the next succession to fire while another 100 members will be built to focus specifically on combating transnational crime. in quotations from his speech. A spokeswoman for Newsom said his office had separately requested federal funds for extending the state counterdrug task force program, reported by The Los Angeles Times.
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itself as the flagship advance state of Trump's rules of administration. Newsom, who was only one month of his governorship, stood in the state as a cleaner in what he described as a corrupt Washington, a message that he was likely to try to express in his State of the speech on Tuesday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.