In Arizona, the state Nationwide Guard launched it was boosting the number of troops it's going to ship to the border to 338 from 225.
Members of the Arizona National Guard listen to instructions on April 9, 2018, at the Papago Park Military Reservation in Phoenix.
HOUSTON - The Republican governors of three southwestern border states on Monday committed 1,600 National Guard members to the U.S. -Mexico border, giving President Donald Trump numerous troops he requested to fight what he's called a crisis of migrant crossings and crime.
The governor met with New Mexico National Guard leaders over the weekend to determine deployment plans and duty assignments, The Washington Post reported. He says he's pleased they will play support roles only.
"This mission is about providing manpower and resources to support federal, state, county, tribal and local law enforcement agencies in stopping the flow of criminals, narcotics, weapons and ammunition that is being trafficked into our state", Ducey said.
A very powerful dedication comes from Texas, the place Gov. Greg Abbott suggested San Antonio radio station KTSA that he would add about 300 troops each week until the complete amount reaches not lower than 1,000 troops.
Mr Trump and administration officials have said that rising numbers of people being caught at the southern border, while in line with seasonal trends in recent years, require an immediate response.
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McMaster was one of Trump's earliest supporters in the 2016 Republican presidential primary but said there was nothing political about the deployment.
Doug Ducey, a Republican, was present to send 225 troops on Monday.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez told The Hill her state would help, but did not announce what date troops would be deployed.
National Guard members have started arriving at the US-Mexico border, with more expected as federal government officials continue to discuss what they will do about illegal immigration. Evan Westrup, a spokesman for Brown, suggested the Related Press Monday that state officers are nonetheless reviewing Trump's troop request.
The Republican Ducey in a tweet Monday said more of the state's Guard members will be deployed on Tuesday. "But it certainly is about border security".
Joel Villarreal, the mayor of Rio Grande City in Texas, said he did not agree with what he characterized as "the militarization of the border".