The Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers signed an order on Monday to withdraw all troops from his US National Guard from Mexico's southern border. Wisconsin troops have been stationed in Arizona since June last year. Currently, 112 servicemen work as part of the border guard
Evers, a Democrat, exercised his powers as commander in chief of the National Guard of his country in order to cancel the order of sending the police to the southern border by the former governor. Scott Walker, Republican.
In accordance with Evers's order, President Donald Trump issued in April 2018 a Note that directs the Secretary of Defense to support internal security (DHS) in the field of border guarding. The Ministry of Defense then approved the status of 32 units for the National Guard units in the southern border states to provide additional security to support the DHS
Todi-gud. Walker sent troops to the border on June 21
The US government switched to partial closure December 22, 2018, when Republicans and Democrats in Congress were unable to agree on a temporary expense bill that would finance Trump proposed $ 5.7 billion of the border of the wall. After the government opened again, the bipartisan committee signed an agreement, which included less than a quarter of the desire of Trump, and the president announced an emergency to receive funding for his bar.
"There simply is not enough evidence to support the president's statement about the national security crisis on our southwestern border. Therefore, there is no justification for the permanent presence of the staff of the National Guard of Wisconsin at the border, – said Evers.
Evers is not the first governor who led the National Guard National Guards, as governors of New Mexico and California issued the same orders earlier this month, according to Hill .
Though President received nearly $ 1.4 billion in financing the border wall by Congress, Trump declared a national emergency. a lawsuit against the White House, stating that the Trump Declaration is a way to bypass the Congress.