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Reeves Joins Republican governors in Texas for border briefing 

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves joined Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and 12 fellow Republican governors in Eagle Pass, Texas to receive a briefing on and participate in a press conference regarding the border crisis that is unfolding as a result of President Joe Biden’s open-border policies.

“It is clear our nation cannot survive another four years of Joe Biden,” said Reeves. “He’s weakening America’s national security and putting your personal safety at risk – all because of politics. It’s long past time to put a stop to this insanity. Together, we can do it – it starts by voting for Donald Trump in November.”

The event revealed how, while failing to enforce federal immigration laws that were passed by Congress, over seven million illegal aliens have been apprehended by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and over 1.7 million more have been confirmed as “gotaways” in the United States.

The briefing was conducted by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas Department of Public Safety Deputy Director Freeman Martin, General Thomas Suelzer of the Texas Military Department, Border Czar Mike Banks of the State of Texas, and Texas Division of Emergency Management Chief Nim Kidd.

Attending Governors Included:

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Arkansas Gov. Brian Kemp, Georgia Gov. Brad Little, Idaho Gov. Eric Holcomb, Indiana Gov. Kim Reynolds, Iowa Gov. Jeff Landry, Louisiana Gov. Tate Reeves, Mississippi Gov. Mike Parson, Missouri Gov. Greg Gianforte, Montana Gov. Jim Pillen, Nebraska Gov. Chris Sununu, New Hampshire Gov. Bill Lee, Tennessee Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas Gov. Spencer Cox, Utah

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