Arizona Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs speaks to "CNN This Morning" on Tuesday, November 22.
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Democratic Arizona governor-elect Katie Hobbs said on Tuesday she doesn’t think the Biden administration is “doing enough” to address the situation at the southern border.

Hobbs told “CNN This Morning” that her state bore “the brunt of decades of inaction from both parties in Washington.”

“We need real action on immigration reform. We need real border security,” Hobbs said before criticizing her predecessor, Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, who in August directed crews to start stacking shipping containers along portions of the border, of “political stunts at the expense of taxpayer dollars.”

Shipping containers block a void in the wall as that prevent migrants attempting to cross in to the U.S. from Mexico at the border August 19, 2022 in San Luis, Arizona. (Photo by Nick Ut/Getty Images)