Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Thursday that Congress and President Trump should stay at the negotiation table until the border security issue is solved and the government's partial shutdown ends.

"Lock the doors and not let anybody out. The public wants our border secure and we're tired of all the nonsense," said Brewer, a Republican who preceded current GOP Gov. Doug Ducey.

Neil Cavuto asked if Republicans should offer a compromise on the Obama-era DACA program for children brought here illegally.

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Brewer said both sides should be open to that as a possible way to make a deal.

"This is the time we could do it," she said of both finding a DACA fix and securing the border.

Cavuto also asked Brewer about Trump's change in verbiage in how he now describes his campaign promise that the Mexican government would "pay for the wall."

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