Hutchinson, Scott, Binkley take the stage for Tuesday’s Fair-Side Chats
Three more GOP candidates sat down with Gov. Kim Reynolds at the Iowa State Fair on Tuesday.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Three more people hoping to become the next Commander-in-Chief sat down with Gov. Kim Reynolds on Tuesday at the Iowa State Fair.
First up was former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson. Reynolds asked him what he’d do to curb drugs coming over the southern border.
“One, we go after the supply. And secondly, you go after the addiction issues that we face in America,” Hutchinson said. “It is the cartels that are bringing the human suffering into our country through their very human trafficking. And then they’re also bringing in fentanyl and, and that goes all across the country. And so you have to increase your border resources, you have to build greater infrastructure. I was head of the charge of border security during the Bush administration. We didn’t get it perfect, but it looks perfect compared to what we see today. And so I know what needs to be done. You put the resources there, you reform our asylum laws and you designate the cartels at full as foreign terrorist organizations. That is critical. ”
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