Greg Abbott torches media blame game as southern border deteriorates

Greg abbott torches media blame game as southern border deteriorates

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Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott joins ‘Jesse Watters Primetime’ to sound off on ABC’s Martha Raddatz, White House. #foxnews #watters

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