Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles one. Can you take one of these and hide it under a bush? MicronT and my husband is a Republican, and I think this has created a little bit of friction between us because I don't like, uh, Trump. Laura Hunter and her husband, John, straddle a political divide that in a divisive time, might have rest their relationship. She didn't tell me she was a Democrat when I married her. Uh, once again, I was tricked. The green go was tricked. Okay, But the two have found a common cause greater than their partisan disagreements saving lives. Laura, who was born in Mexico, and John running organization, called Water Stations, which places barrels of water throughout California's Anza Borrego Desert for migrants crossing illegally into the United States. John the Republican founded water stations 21 years ago. Well, back in 2000, there were a whole lot of deaths in the desert and they were dying because they dehydration. This is in this sector here, in a funny way. I actually admire the guy has to come across more than the average person because they go through a lot more work. There was I was born here. I was lucky to be born here in the States where we had great freedom and great opportunities. But the guys down south of here don't have the same opportunities just because their system is different. So if I was one of them, I've become in north to Laura joined the group as a volunteer and later, Mary John. We are non political and non religious organizations, so that's why we attract different people from different walks off life. But all of us have the same purpose. The same goal. To help reduce the heat related deaths on this area. Let me let me give you a kiss. But the Haider faces with the Mexican hand. Yeah, there you go, John told Reuters. Politics didn't come up much until Donald Trump stopped the White House and began calling Mexicans rapists and criminals, uh, the part where Trump's had those things. Well, if the fact is, I think he did kick a hornet's nest there, and, uh, my wife obviously is not a not a Trump in order to put it mildly, John didn't vote for Trump in 2016 which he said was out of respect for his wife. But he does plan to vote for him this year, saying he likes that Trump is not a typical politician. So I I appreciate that. It's refreshing to find a guy who is himself, even if he's a jerk, We have to agree to disagree. That's what I told my husband, not because I think different than he does, makes me wrong or because he doesn't think the way I think it makes him wrong. No, we are two separate people. He's a man. I'm a woman and we have different points of view. Different ideas, different opinions. Differences aside, Laura and John remain united in their mission to help those less fortunate, no matter where they come from.