Phillip Molnar

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Reporter at the San Diego Union-Tribune

Phillip Molnar on KCRW

Some 400 companies are expected to submit designs to build Trump’s border wall. Bids are due today. We get a first look.

Proposed border wall designs: Castle, monorail, trench of nuclear waste

Some 400 companies are expected to submit designs to build Trump’s border wall. Bids are due today. We get a first look.

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Hundreds of companies reportedly say they are interested in building the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, including many from California. Final bids are due April 5.

Deadline looms for companies wanting to build the border wall

Hundreds of companies reportedly say they are interested in building the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, including many from California. Final bids are due April 5.

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