Ian Volner

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President Trump's campaign speeches made it clear that as president, he would build a “great” and “beautiful” wall along the US-Mexico border.

The uncertain fate of Trump's border wall

President Trump's campaign speeches made it clear that as president, he would build a “great” and “beautiful” wall along the US-Mexico border.

from Design and Architecture

The promise of a 2000 mile wall along the border with Mexico has been at the center of Trumpism since the presidential campaign.

Donald Trump's wall is looking more like a fence

The promise of a 2000 mile wall along the border with Mexico has been at the center of Trumpism since the presidential campaign.

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