"We want to downplay any notion that would be misinformed that our National Guard are showing up with military bayonets, trying to take on anybody who's coming across the border because that is not their role", the governor explained while appearing on the station's Trey Ware Morning Show.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez told The Hill her state would help, but did not announce what date troops would be deployed.
McMaster was one of Trump's earliest supporters in the 2016 Republican presidential primary but said there was nothing political about the deployment.
Trump authorized the National Guard with governors' approval to enhance USA border patrol security on Wednesday. The Texas governor explained that his contribution will be armed.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen, who announced the deployment Wednesday, didn't offer details about how the National Guard would be used along the border, but said they would serve in a similar capacity as they did when previous administrations deployed troops to the border - aerial surveillance and support functions.
Doug Ducey, a Republican, was present to send 225 troops on Monday.
Ducey spoke Monday as he saw off guard members at the Papago Park Military Reservation in Phoenix.
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According to ABC News, citing an Arizona National Guard statement, the additional 113 troops, which brings the total number deployed to 338, will support federal and local law enforcement agencies to stop illicit trafficking in drugs, humans, and arms, among other crimes.
El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Hull says those troops are nowhere near deploying yet.
Trump has talked about he wishes to utilize the military on the border until progress is made on his proposed border wall, which has principally stalled in Congress. Safety Secretary James Mattis last Friday authorised paying for as a lot as 4,000 Nationwide Guard personnel from the Pentagon value vary by way of the tip of September.
The troops have been barred from interacting with migrants or any people that Border Patrol agents detain.
California National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. Tom Keegan said last week that any request will be "promptly reviewed to determine how best we can assist our federal partners".
The Border Patrol said it caught around 50,000 people in March, more than three times the number in March 2017.
Apprehensions are still well below their historical trends during the terms of former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, both of whom also deployed the Guard to the border.
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