We’ve all seen a plethora of articles regarding Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, her stance on immigration, and her signing of the controversial lawin 2010. Civil rights leaders, immigration advocates, church leaders, and fellow Governors have criticized the law.
Even President Obama weighed in on the debate, when he said that the law threatened, “to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and our communities that is so crucial to keeping us safe.”
A day after the State of the Union Address, President Obama traveled to Arizona and was barely off Air Force One when, what should have been a cordial meeting on the tarmac, turned into an apparently testy discussion between the President and the Governor. While the reporters on the scene could not hear what was said, their body language spoke volumes. The encounter ended when the President walked away from the Governor while she was still talking.
Read more at the LA Times.com.