Tomi Lahren said on Fox Nation Monday morning that the country must refocus its priorities and address the situation on the southern border, rather than fixate on the Mueller report. 

Specifically, Lahren pointed to the situation in Yuma, Arizona, where the mayor declared an emergency last week due to the influx of migrant families overwhelming shelters.

"I am calling upon the federal government to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Yuma, as our NGO’s are overcapacity and cannot sustain providing this aid," Mayor Douglas Nicholls (R) wrote on Facebook.

Lahren said towns and cities along the U.S.-Mexico border are "screaming for help" while the media and the "political elites" continue their round-the-clock Mueller coverage. 

"Talk about beating a dead horse, my goodness," she said, adding many more towns are in "crisis" beyond Yuma.

"We are being abandoned by our elected representatives who, instead of going on cable news to squawk about Mueller, should be in border cities learning about the crisis."

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