Des Moines’s CBS News affiliate:
Gov. Kim Reynolds said Thursday during a radio interview that she declined a request by the Department of Health and Human Services to take in immigrant children being held at the U.S. border with Mexico. The governor talked about the request during an interview with Jeff Angelo on WHO Radio.
“We will not do that,” Reynolds said during the interview with WHO Radio. “We do not have the facilities. We are not set up to do that. This is not our problem; this is the president’s problem. He’s the one who opened the borders. He needs to be responsible for this and he needs to stop it. So, at this point, no.
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‘Not our problem’: Gov. Reynolds declines request to house migrant children in Iowa https://t.co/0u6ilCuTsI
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