Meet the Republican Governors Who Betrayed Trump on Refugee Settlement

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 10: Presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the Faith and Freedom Forum Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference on June 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. Trump used a teleprompter to deliver his speech to the religious conference. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

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Republican governors in several predominantly red states announced this week that they plan to continue to accept refugees — despite President Trump’s executive order allowing state and local governments to block refugee resettlements, Axios reports. What sort of message do you want to send to your governor? Call the Todd Starnes Show to discuss 1-844-747-8868. The following governors turned their back on the President:

Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas

Brad Little, Idaho

Eric Holcomb, Indiana

Kim Reynolds, Iowa

Larry Hogan, Maryland

Charlie Baker, Massachusetts

Mike Parsons, Missouri

Pete Ricketts, Nebraska

Chris Sununu, New Hampshire

Doug Burgum, North Dakota

Mike DeWine, Ohio

Kevin Stitt, Oklahoma

Kristi Noem, South Dakota

Bill Lee, Tennessee

Gary Herbert, Utah

Phil Scott, Vermont

Jim Justice, West Virginia

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