Former Obama Border Chief — I'm Breaking My Silence To America, Trump Is Right!

WayneDupreeShowPublished: January 8, 2019Updated: January 9, 20194,119 plays$1.92 earned
Published: January 8, 2019Updated: January 9, 2019

Mark Morgan, the Obama administration chief of the U.S. Border Patrol who was fired one day after President Donald Trump took office, went public on Tuesday with a message that may surprise the White House: he supports Mr. Trump and his efforts to get funding for a border wall.

“I’m here today breaking my silence to tell the American people that the president is correct in what he’s doing,” Morgan said in an interview with the Law & Crime Network.  “The wall works.”

When he was still running the Border Patrol, Morgan referred to the needs at the border as a “fence.”  He told a Senate committee in November 2016, “Do we need more fencing? Yes. Does it work? Yes. Do we need it everywhere? No. Is it the sole answer? No.” Morgan again said on Tuesday that a physical barrier is not the whole answer and is not needed along the entire border, but it is significant.

“It would be like having a high-tech security system, but not having doors or windows in your house,” Morgan said.

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