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Source: KYMA

Section of Trump's border wall falls over in wind and lands in Mexico

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After promising that Mexico would pay for the wall along the United State's southern border, President Donald Trump ended up declaring a national emergency to redirect $3.6 billion from military construction projects. A further $601 million has been redirected from the Treasury Department’s forfeiture fund, while the Pentagon provided a further $2.5 billion from other priorities.    

President Trump is also reportedly looking to divert another $7.2 billion of Pentagon spending to help build a further 885 miles of new wall by 2022.

On a visit to San Diego in September, President Donald Trump announced that the wall would be “virtually impenetrable.”