Trump is expected to travel to Alamo, Texas near the border on Tuesday, marking the completion of the 450-mile wall. Despite increased tensions across the country, Trump supporters took office in 2016, a move that supported his raging pandemic.
The border wall that Trump has mentioned many times over the past four years is an achievement that cost U.S. taxpayers (not Mexico) billions of dollars and became a symbol of the president’s restrictive immigration policy. The policy largely isolates the United States from immigrants and refugees.
On the eve of the visit, the mayor of McAllen, Texas, Jim Darling admitted that the tensions were serious. This will be Trump’s first public appearance since Trump delivered a speech on the National Mall shortly before supporters were forced to enter the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.
In about 453 miles, most of the old barriers were replaced with new reinforced fence systems, which is significantly different from the fences previously built in certain areas. According to the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, 47 miles have passed without obstacles.
CNN learned that in the days when Trump’s presidency is gradually reduced, the White House will continue to promote relevant federal agencies to provide disposable funds for the wall, regardless of whether it has obtained construction land. President-elect Biden takes office.
According to a former U.S. Department of Homeland Security official, as the construction progresses, the leadership of the Department of Homeland Security rotates repeatedly, and high-level personnel often open up the president’s whims on the border wall. And increase the spikes, although there is no operational value.
Trump’s wall may continue to be the focus of debate in the new administration.
Biden’s plan reads: “Building a wall will not prevent criminals and cartels from attempting to use our borders.” “Biden did not steal resources from Puerto Rico’s military children’s schools and recovery efforts, but used federal resources. Thanks to smart border enforcement, such as investments in improving inspection infrastructure at our ports of entry, this will actually make the United States safer.”