That's the attitude Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is taking toward the possibility that the Obama administration could file a legal challenge to her state's immigration law.
"We'll meet you in court," she said in an interview Tuesday. "I have a pretty good record of winning in court."
Attorney General Eric Holder has said the Department of Justice may challenge the law, which President Obama has called "misguided." Brewer has staunchly defended the policy -- which makes illegal immigration a state crime -- and is expected to meet with the president Thursday, a White House official told FoxNews.com.
The White House confirmed the meeting following criticism over reports that Obama would not be able to meet with her while she is in Washington this week.
Brewer had requested a face-to-face meeting with Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, the former Arizona governor, as tensions rose between his administration and the Grand Canyon State over its controversial law.
The White House denies that Obama snubbed Brewer, saying there initially were some scheduling issues this week that have been resolved
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