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Click here for more on his speech from the AP. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) and President Barack Obama met once again on the
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) got in the April Fools' Day spirit on Monday, taking the opportunity to jab President Barack
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, like several other Republicans, went after President Barack Obama on Wednesday for the decision by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release some undocumented immigrants from detention ahead of potential across-the-board cuts from sequestration. Arthur Delaney joins Alicia to discuss.
The release quickly drew fire from Republicans, some of whom argued it was a risk to public safety and illuminated the Obama
"So now I go today and now it's that we're BFFs," a laughing Brewer told Cronkite News, a student publication at Arizona
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who has earned a reputation as one of the nation's most ardent hard-liners on illegal immigration
She closed, "It has been 558 days since the Obama administration declared the security of the U.S.-Mexico border ‘better
Arizona Republican Gov. Jan Brewer, who is no great friend of President Barack Obama, accidentally endorsed him Wednesday
Speaking with CBN, Brewer recalled, "He said, 'The last time we sat down, Jan, you weren't very gracious to me in regards
"We have people in the Obama campaign calling [Romney] a liar and a felon, and that's despicable," Herbert said. Herbert
Arizona is one of more than two dozen states challenging the federal health care overhaul, but Republican Gov. Jan Brewer's
In the days after Gov. Jan Brewer pointed her finger at President Barack Obama, her office received more than 12,000 letters
Earlier this week, Brewer declined an invitation by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to testify before the Senate regarding the
President Obama responded by saying the encounter was "not a big deal" and "a classic example of things getting blown out
I can't explain why Brewer thought her actions were appropriate but considering how this first family has been treated since Obama became a viable candidate and that it came from Gov. Brewer, it's not shocking.
"We deserve results over rhetoric, but this is a President who had the audacity to sue me and Arizona in my efforts to protect
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's office released the letter that she handed President Barack Obama Wednesday in their tense exchange
The book, released in November, ranked 276,665th in sales on Amazon.com before the airport showdown, but by Thursday it had
Speaking with the pool reporter after the exchange, Brewer said, "He was a little disturbed about my book, Scorpions for
2012-01-26-Screenshot20120126at1.00.16PM.jpg This shot got the overwhelming share of attention -- a reactionary governor, overflowing with the same lack of respect for the president as the radical far-right she's aligned with.