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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Morgan Alford
She said she first tries to de-escalate a predicament, often by removing herself from the situation.
"I don't establish a relationship with them. I stay away from that. Go in and do the mission, and that's it," she said. "I don't ask how their day is. I'm there to complete the mission, and that's about it. It's just you treat them with respect and humane treatment. That's the biggest thing."