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Eigth prototypes of US President Donald Trump's border wall being built near San Diego are seen from across the border in Mexico


“No. No. No.” he replied after a reporter asked him if he would sign a DACA bill even if it did not include funding for building the wall on the Southern border.

“We need the wall for security, we need the wall for safety,” he said. “We need the wall from stopping drugs from pouring in.”

Trump appeared confident that the bipartisan congressional group could come up with a solution to the DACA problem but stated that any solution to immigration had to include the wall.

“Without the wall, it all doesn’t work … we need the wall, we have to have the wall for security purposes,” he said. “Security is number one and so the answer is — have to have the wall.”


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Donald Trump Says He Won’t Sign DACA Deal Without Wall Funding

TRUMP: ‘WE CAN BUILD THE WALL FOR ONE YEAR, BUILD IT FOR LESS’ – Tells DHS Never to ‘Mention 7 Years Again’ for Border Wall Timeframe

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  • “I can build it for less”: Trump recent DHS report which stated that it would cost them $18 billion to build the border wall.
  • Trump: “Seven years to build a wall?! We can build the wall in one year.”
  • “There is no reason to ever mention 7 years again, please”


“I can build it for less,” Trump said in regard to the recent DHS report which stated that it would cost them $18 billion to build the border wall.

“I must tell you, I’m looking at these prices and somebody said $42 billion,” Trump said. “This is like the aircraft carrier. It started off at a billion and a half and its now at $18 billion. No, we can do it for less.”

The DHS report, released by Nielsen, also noted that it would take 7 to 10 years for the border wall along the southern border to be constructed and finished, an estimate that Trump said he never wanted to hear mentioned again.

“We can do a great job. We can do a great wall, but you need the wall and I’m now getting involved. I like to build under budget, okay. I like to go under budget, ahead of schedule.”


“There’s no reason for 7 years, also.” Trump said as he looked and motioned at Nielsen. “I heard the other day, please don’t do that to me. Seven years to build a wall?! We can build the wall in one year.”

“Yes sir,” Nielsen responded.

“And we can build it for less much money than what they’re talking about,” Trump said as he leaned in to tell Nielsen.

“There is no reason to ever mention 7 years again, please,” Trump told Nielsen.

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Donald Trump: ‘We Don’t Need a 2,000-Mile Wall’ On the Entire Southern Border Where You Have Rivers and Mountains

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Donald Trump: ‘We Don’t Need a 2,000-Mile Wall’ on the Entire Southern Border



The president said that he met with ICE agents and border enforcement agents who told him that they “desperately needed” his proposed wall.

“Nobody knows it better than them,” he said.

“We don’t need a 2,000-mile wall … where you have rivers and mountains, and everything else protecting, but we need a wall for a fairly good portion,” he said.

Trump noted that in 2006, Congress passed a bill for a border fence, although he said it was never completed.

When reporters asked Trump if he would commit to passing DACA amnesty without wall funding, he said that the wall was needed.

“You need the wall. It’s wonderful, I would love not to build the wall, but we need the wall,” Trump said.

He again cited border patrol agents who told him that they needed the wall on the border.

“If you don’t have the wall, you cannot have security, just can’t have it, it just doesn’t work,” Trump said.

He concluded by saying that he could build the wall for less, “under budget and ahead of schedule” in just one year.

“There’s no reason for seven years … please don’t do that to me,” Trump said, in response to a DHS request for border wall funding.



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Trump seeks $18B to extend border wall over next 10 years

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Trump administration seeks $18 billion to extend border wall over next decade


( Fox News ) The Trump administration has asked Congress to set aside $18 billion over the next decade to install or replace more than 700 miles of the barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

The proposal by U.S. Customs and Border Protection would extend the barrier’s coverage to 970 miles, nearly half the distance of the southern border. It includes 316 miles of new construction and 407 miles of replacement or secondary fencing, a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the matter told the Associated Press.

The request is one of the most detailed insights into how the administration plans to carry out Trump’s signature campaign promise.


Trump has repeatedly promised to construct “a big, beautiful wall,” but offered few details of where it would be built, when and at what cost. His administration asked for $1.6 billion this year to build or replace 74 miles of fencing in Texas and California, and officials have said they also will seek $1.6 billion next year.

The 10-year plan resulted from discussions with senators who asked the agency what it would take to secure the border, the official said.


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( Daily Mail ) President Donald Trump firmly rejected a demand from Democrats that he provide amnesty to illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children with no strings attached to the legislation.

Trump said Friday that he will not approve the Dream Act until Democrats agree to fund his border wall and support an overhaul of the federal immigration system.

‘The Democrats have been told, and fully understand, that there can be no DACA without the desperately needed WALL at the Southern Border and an END to the horrible Chain Migration & ridiculous Lottery System of Immigration etc. We must protect our Country at all cost!’ Trump tweeted.


The president sent the tweet while watching his favorite morning news program. A message he sent shortly before tagged Fox & Friends.

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Construction of prototypes for President Trump’s border wall began on Tuesday.

Six companies are building eight protoypes on the San Diego border to present to the Department of Homeland Security.

The energy of both those working on the wall as well as those opposing the project is very high, Adam Houseley reported from the area.

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  • “The system of technical barriers is the key to the success of border security, and without it, it would be impossible to stop the mass arrival of immigrants”, Mr. Bakondi insisted.
  •  UN Refugee Agency chief Filippo Grandi also called on Hungary to get rid of the border-spanning transit zones it has established
  • Hungarians introduced these zones after it was discovered that many of the Paris 2015 terrorists had passed through their territory


Speaking on the second anniversary of the government’s move to seal Hungary’s border with Serbia — which is also an external border for the European Union — Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s Chief Security Advisor György Bakondi announced that the fences have caused illegal immigration to collapse from 391,000 in 2015, to 18,236 in 2016, to just 1,184 in 2017.

Hungary had to respond rapidly to the migrant influx which burst upon Europe after Germany’s Angela Merkel announced there was “no limit” on the number of asylum seekers her own country would accept, so its frontiers are defended by twin fences peppered with watchtowers and patrolled by thousands of newly recruited border guards rather than a solid wall — which would have taken longer to construct.

Nevertheless, as it has been steadily reinforced illegal migration has slowed to a trickle — drawing the ire of open borders activists like billionaire financier George Soros and globalist officials at the European Union and the United Nations.

For example, UN Refugee Agency chief Filippo Grandi visited the border and complained: “When I was standing at the border fence today, I felt the entire system is designed to keep people, many of whom are fleeing war and persecution, out of the country”.

Grandi also called on Hungary to get rid of the border-spanning transit zones it has established, which allow all asylum seekers entering the country to be detained while the validity of their claims are assessed.

The Hungarians introduced these zones after it was discovered that many of the Paris 2015 terrorists had passed through their territory — a step-change from other EU member-states, which leave migrants more or less at large, with sometimes deadly consequences, in obedience to EU law.


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