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SAN DIEGO, California — The Trump-has not competed-installed administration, a single mile of new wall in a pre-fenceless part of the U.S.-Mexican border in the 30 months since President Trump office, to construct, in spite of its election promises, a “big, beautiful wall.”
In a statement last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the federal agency monitoring the border, barrier, construction, confirmed that it completed all of the fencing, since Trump took office is “in place of the dilapidated designs”, because the existing fence was in need of replacement.
The Agency said that it had built 51 miles of steel-bollards-fence funds that was set aside in fiscal year 2017 and 2018. But to replace while the funding was meant to be, the two outdated walls and barriers, where there previously have been none has been completed, the government, the exchange-projects. The projects for the secure areas without a fence are still a work in progress.
The 50 miles of ready-to-substitute-barrier is a 10-mile win since the beginning of April. In Trump’s two and a half years in office, his government has installed an average of 1.7 miles of barrier per month, and none of it in areas not previously with any type of barrier. A total of 205 miles of new and replacement barrier has funded in the two and a half years since Trump’s office took.
A senior administration official told the Washington Examiner that the Border Patrol and the Army Corps of Engineers moved faster on replacement projects as of the new, because the approval process for environmental and zoning was allowed far less extensive than the areas of the border, not a barrier.
A second senior official defended the progress of the administration progress, and accused the Democrats in Congress block funding for additional projects, which has tried to the White house to move.
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