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Now to Arizona where all eyes are on the tarmac President Obama -- and Phoenix for that economic speech but today's sizzling question.
How would Arizona governor Jan Brewer greet the president.
Who could forget last year's tarmac -- governor brewer's famous finger pointing at President Obama.
But today have very different picture from the tarmac governor brewer joins us -- -- governor.
Nice to see you Greta.
Yeah it's a lot -- show me this time around when -- saw the president down was it a friend -- -- meeting on the tarmac today.
Well I'm always really pleased and President Obama comes to Arizona -- shows interest.
Are rather than coming to Arizona trying to that share our successes I wish she would learn from our examples of what we've accomplished in Arizona.
Actually saw your statement depth do you mad at -- first see the smile and the -- looks quite friendly than the president gives a speech and then you issue a statement.
Where you jump all over I'm saying is taken all the credit for everything that basically Arizona's done.
-- you know we have to.
-- Arizona are around.
During that terrible economic times and Arizona based.
You know we had a budget deficit -- -- California's per capita and today we can stand traveling in say that we got a balanced budget a -- carry forward in a rainy day fund.
We -- tax reform school reform.
You know we've been busy here and we did our way we did our way not with the federal government.
-- -- You wouldn't what do you in the present sand the tarmac what day as any reference to the last inning that we -- -- -- finger in his chest.
No there was no reference to that he was speaking to me -- he was coming down the stairs and I welcome him back to Arizona I thanked him.
Immediately for his phone call during our tragedy of that.
Fire that we have only -- or nineteen firefighters and for sending Vice President Biden I'm here to represent the White House I talk to him about our.
Declaration hoping that we can't get a little bit of not energy behind it it's been thirty days now we haven't heard from the federal government and yet people hurting.
So I wanted to put that on the radar -- I -- over the weekend do you -- some of the Obama administration for saying that the borders are more secure than ever.
Is it -- IE seven as it is it have the same -- it was a year ago -- worsen was a year ago or.
Better than it was a year ago.
Well -- I don't know -- mocked him I think that there was a headline and I don't write the headlines but the fact of the matter is as we've got a serious problem in Arizona.
We need our borders secured it.
Got a lot of immigration discussion going on.
And I don't think that much of that is possible until we get our borders secured and adamant about it.
And I -- would take it seriously.
Right there in governor in in Arizona governor -- two -- but you've still does.
-- pop time who was government came as secretary of homeland security's so it's unclear whether that counts or not but I'm curious found.
Do you intend to run for reelection as.
While I haven't made up my mind yet I've got lawyers telling me that Mike good if I chose -- I have -- -- that I might easily and never announced that I was running until May be anywhere before the election.
I got a job to do I got plenty of time well you my job though.
Which -- I love my -- I love my job.
It says that a hint -- it.
I don't know that they ended up but I do enjoy my job I really do and I think that I gunman a good job for the state of Arizona.
-- -- I see it thank you join us.
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