President Trump said last week he is committed to "sealing" the U.S.-Mexico border, and he wants to deploy between 2,000 and 4,000 National Guard members to the border in order to combat illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
An Arizona Democrat blasted the "injustice department" under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, warning that the new immigration enforcement crackdown will divert law enforcement resources.
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) took aim at states and cities who have adopted "sanctuary" policies, applauding Attorney General Jeff Sessions for vowing to cut federal funding from communities that do not cooperate in enforcing federal immigration laws.
If Trump is "close" to the 1,237 delegate count, the GOP establishment "ought to stand up and let the person who won the popular vote win,” said Brewer.
Donald Trump supporter Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer weighed in on Romney's attack on Trump, telling Greta Van Susteren tonight that it's a case of "sour grapes."
Herman Cain said "On The Record" tonight that Mitt Romney's attack on Donald Trump was a "Hail Mary pass" to help Marco Rubio and the GOP establishment.
Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer says she has vetoed a controversial religious rights bill that would have allowed businesses to deny service to gays and others based on faith.
More and more lawmakers, including from her own party, are calling on Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R), to veto a controversial religious freedom bill. State Sen. Steve Pierce (R) voted for the bill, but is now reversing course and urging Brewer to use her veto power.
Judge Andrew Napolitano provided some analysis on a controversial religious freedom bill being debated in Arizona.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is pushing Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) to veto a bill that gives businesses the right to refuse service to anyone based on religious reasons.
All eyes are on Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) today to see what she'll sign or veto a bill that gives businesses the right to deny service to customers for religious reasons. Critics have called the bill, which passed the Arizona Legislature last week, "state-sanctioned" discrimination."
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Prescott Mayor Marlin Kuykendall gave a press conference moments ago on the wildfire that killed 19 firefighters. The mayor said the president called to express “concern and appreciation for what these young men did.”