North Carolina’s governor is at odds with other governors who are backing Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) in his clash with the federal government regarding border control.
“A bipartisan Senate is on the verge of passing one of the most robust border security laws in recent history. However, Donald Trump is urging Republicans to halt the process, as he believes that a stringent border law could negatively impact his campaign. If the Republican Governors genuinely prioritize strong border security, they should issue a collective statement endorsing this legislation instead of one that succumbs to Trump’s influence and advocates for violating the constitution and the rule of law.”
“North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has stated that…”
The governor of North Carolina is the lone governor in the Southeast who is not backing Abbott.
The Texas National Guard has seemingly ignored a Supreme Court ruling and has begun setting up razor wire barriers along the border between the United States and Mexico. This action has hindered the federal Border Patrol’s ability to effectively carry out their duties.
Abbott released a statement on Wednesday, defending the actions and asserting that his authority to prevent a state “invasion” takes precedence over federal law.
In his statement on Wednesday, Abbott boldly declares that the federal government has violated the agreement with the states, providing him with a reason to dismiss the Supreme Court and federal law.
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