Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer talks about her recent visit to the White House

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has a lot to say about President Donald Trump, following her visit to the White House.

The former GOP governor is Trump's political ally, and a staunch backer of his policies. She offered FOX 10 a peek into what the White House is like during the holiday season.

Brewer and Trump talked about the border wall, both being supporters of the initiative. The two are also for Martha McSally's appointment to late Sen. John McCain's seat at the U.S. Senate.

On a lighter note, both are for decorating the White House for Christmas.

"They are outstanding. They are absolutely beautiful," said Brewer. "Everywhere. And I've been to many, many Christmas parties at the White House, and this year was absolutely delightful. Just an abundance of bulbs, ribbons and cranberries and everything."

Brewer says Trump is gearing up for his reelection bid.

"Did the President tell you he is planning to come back to our formerly red state?" asked FOX 10's Steve Krafft.

"Did he tell me? I didn't even ask him. He didn't even mention. I assume that he would. I wouldn't even give it any thought. He loves Arizona."

The former governor signed off with holiday wishes.

"I would wish everybody a Merry Christmas and a very prosperous new year, and look forward to 2019 with an abundance of good luck, and good things taking place," said Brewer.

Brewer has been to the White House before. She met with President Obama before, and clashed with him on immigration issues. She says she agrees with Trump, and says she is not opposed to a government shutdown if Congress doesn't fund his border wall separating the United States and Mexico.