Trump’s Promise To “Build The Wall”


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On Wednesday of this week, President Donald Trump went to Homeland Security with a message. We ARE going to build a wall on the southern border. That would keep a long echoed campaign promise to do that, and of course, to make Mexico pay for it. Now, obviously, the Mexicans aren’t happy about that. Illegals aren’t happy about it either, because it means, once the wall has started and the southern border is secured, Trump can start coming after the illegals, deporting those with criminal records.

Actually, no one I’ve talked to on either side of the aisle can give me a reason we shouldn’t build a wall. And no one I’ve talked to can actually give me a reason why we shouldn’t deport at least those illegals with criminal records. This is one of the glaring mistakes the Obama administration made in the name of politics and more votes…

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4 thoughts on “Trump’s Promise To “Build The Wall””

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  2. Citizenship matters. Mexico is responsible for their leaky border. Why are they never questioned about their lack of boundaries? I see nations much like individuals. A person who fails to respect the boundaries of neighbors will not have balanced relationships. May G-d restore us to right relationships.

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  3. I AGREE THERE SHOULD BE A SEPARATION, BETWEEN US AND MEXICO, BUT THAT DOES NOT STOP THE LONG MONSTER OF A ROAD THAT WILL LEAD FROM MEXICO DIRECTLY INTO CANADA. THE FOR NOW 25 MILLION DOLLAR WALL THAT TRUMP WANTS TO HAVE BUILT, ARCHITECTS STATE THE WALL WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO BUILD IN STRUCTURE. WHAT WE NEED IS A LETHAL FENCE THAT IS FULL OF ELECTRICITY AND BORDER GUARDS THAT ARE ALLOWED TO DO THEIR JOBS. IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING, AND I COULD BE WRONG THE FENCE TRUMP WANTS WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 600 FEET. HE REALLY IS NOT GOING TO RENEGOTIATE NAFTA, AS HE HAS TOO MANY INTERESTS OF HIS OWN.

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