Walls Work. Build the Wall and Finish the Wall – A Look at TRUMP’s BORDER WALL – UPDATE 2019- Sept/Oct Part 8

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A Look at TRUMP’s BORDER WALL – UPDATE 2019- Sept/Oct Part 8
A Look at TRUMP’s BORDER WALL – UPDATE 2019 -Sept/Oct Part 8

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Task Force Barrier team makes progress on the southwest border near El Centro, Calif., Sept. , 2019. USACE is providing direction and oversight of Department of Defense (DoD)-funded construction of barrier system projects along the southwest border. These projects are being executed by USACE, as directed through the U.S. Army by the Secretary of Defense, in response to Department of Homeland Security’s request for assistance to help secure the United States southern border by blocking drug-smuggling corridors through the construction of roads and fences, and the installation of lighting under the Title 10, section 284 of the U.S. Code. DoD and USACE are executing these projects in support of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

The Trump wall, commonly referred to as just “the wall”, is a colloquial name for a proposed expansion of the Mexico–United States barrier during the U.S. presidency of Donald Trump.throughout his 2016 presidential campaign, Trump called for the construction of a much larger border wall, claiming that if elected, he would “build the wall and make Mexico pay for it.” At the time, President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto said that his country would not pay for the wall.

In January 2017, Trump signed Executive Order 13767, which formally directed the US government to begin attempting wall construction along the US border with Mexico using existing federal funding; actual construction did not begin at this time due to the significant expense and lack of clarity on how it would be funded. In 2018–19 the federal government was partly shut down for 35 days because of Trump’s insistence that he would veto any spending bill that did not include $5.7 billion in border wall funding.In February 2019, Trump signed a declaration of National Emergency, saying that the situation at the U.S.–Mexico border is a crisis requiring money allocated for other purposes to be used to build the wall. Congress passed a joint resolution to overturn the emergency order, but Trump vetoed the resolution. In July 2019, the Supreme Court approved the reallocation of $2.5 billion in Department of Defense anti-drug funding to construct the wall while other legal proceedings continue; in September 2019, an additional $3.6 billion was diverted, this time from U.S. military construction projects around the world, including schools for children of American soldiers.

In July 2019, U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed that, although they had begun to replace old fencing, no new wall had yet been built.

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VIDEO CREDIT TO Dr. Michael Izard-Carroll; Task Force Barrier
TH Photo Credit to Idobi licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, 2.5 Generic, 2.0 Generic and 1.0 Generic license.
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