Arizona leaders glad to have Trump's wall
Will Democrats tear down the walls if they win in 2020? It is something to worry about. Their position on immigration is one that is inconsistent with having a country.
“You’re the only president in my 23-year career that has actually come down to the border multiple times to look at — assess what actually needs to be done,” said Brandon Judd, an agent who started his career in Arizona and is president of the National Border Patrol Council, which represents approximately 15,000 agents.
Trump met with federal, state, and local leaders in Yuma Tuesday afternoon to discuss border security initiatives then visited a recently completed $267 million project for 26 miles of barrier, where he signed a plaque on the new wall.