(Worthy News) - Nearly a year after President Donald Trump's surprise electoral victory, the first step to fulfill the central pillar of his campaign—a promise to build a wall along the country's southern border—has taken shape along the perimeter between San Diego and Mexico.
The construction of eight prototypes is complete, and they will now face a battery of tests to see how difficult they will be to climb or breach.
Six contractors across the country have met their Oct. 26 deadline to finish work on eight 30-foot models for Trump's border wall in the bustling Otay Mesa border-area between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico. [ Source (Read More...) ]
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