Abbott also praised the president's decision to sign an executive order ending catch and release over the weekend, calling it "another smart move".
President Trump's call to send more National Guard members to the border isn't unusual. Brown said in the letter that the California Guard members may be deployed at the border, the coast and elsewhere statewide.
The 7th April letter, addressed to people in Mexico and the United States and the presidents of both countries, echoed sentiments of U.S. border bishops by saying the frontier between the two countries "is not a war zone", but rather an area "called to be an example of social connection and joint responsibility".
Texas had already kept a presence of about 100 Guard members on the border for several years. In a press launch, the Guard talked about the troops will help frequent laws enforcement stem "the motion of trafficked people, criminals, narcotics, weapons, and ammunition trafficked inside the state".
"I don't think this is a partisan issue or an identity issue", Ducey said.
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He said past increases in manpower reduced activity from drug cartels and traffickers. They would join 250 existing California National Guard troops, including 55 who are at the border.
The federal government must agree to the terms before the troops would be deployed.
The Republican on Tuesday reiterated plans to put more than 1,000 National Guard members into action.
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) said Monday that there is a "mathematical need" to deploy thousands of National Guard troops to secure the southern border and stymie the flow of illegal immigrants into the country. He added those were the same reasons he agreed to similar targeted assistance from President Bush and Obama in past years. Jerry Brown, who has not announced whether troops from his state's National Guard will participate and has repeatedly fought with Trump over immigration policy.
In Mexico Metropolis, a caravan of Central American migrants that had been heading north stopped inside the Mexican capital.