Trump administration plans border wall models in summer

Trump spoke about renegotiating NAFTA and building a border wall that would produce solar power during the rally.Fox News host Brian Kilmeade suggested this week that President Donald Trump’s proposed wall on the Mexico border could “stop the opioid crisis”.”We own that land, have access to it and it’s a good place to start testing in a real-world environment”, said acting deputy commissioner Ronald D. Vitiello.People trying to make their way into the United States illegally in the San Diego area may have their choice of eight kinds of border wall to tackle by September. They could be models for the roughly 2,000-mile border. The wall won’t stretch across the entirety of the Mexico border.Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, has called into question the use of a border wall.Vitiello says it’s impractical to build a wall on about 130 miles (209 kilometers) of border where there are already natural barriers, like lakes or canyons.The U.S. border with Mexico now contains 654 miles of fencing, according to Fox News.In January, Trump signed an executive order calling for the homeland security to “begin immediate construction”.”And this way, Mexico will have to pay much less money”, Trump said.Vitiello said the agency was not consulted by the White House before that announcement and is partnering with industry to identify “innovative” ways to build the wall.