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Final border fence panel installed in Naco


Building the wall was one of the main reasons why people wanted Donald Trump in the White House. After all, we are tired of paying the way for illegals, medical, education, criminal trials, etc.

On the campaign trail, Donald Trump’s promise to “build the wall” became one of the key phrases of his candidacy. Now it’s finally happening, but Americans can use another popular phrase to explain why:

“Thanks, Obama.”

A new 7-and-a-half mile long welded steel wall has been completed along the Mexican border in Naco, Arizona. While it’s only one piece of the extensive southern border, the construction was funded by a budget approved by none other than President Barack Obama.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer applauded its construction last week and promised similar structures in the future.

“He is using the current bill to get his priorities moving and put it down. To answer the question: It is currently being built in Naco, Arizona; Sunland Park, New Mexico; and we are going to be starting to do this in San Diego; El Paso; and Rio Grande Valley,” Spicer said in a press briefing.

The project was paid for by last year’s fiscal budget, which was given the thumbs up by Obama. It seems that the former president is fine with securing small areas of the border, but attacks anyone who wants to secure the entire country.

Border walls have come under heavy criticism by liberals, but security experts say that they work. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly is on record as saying that a wall is “the most effective way to keep people out, to stop drugs, to stop cartels, to stop human trafficking, and to prevent illegal immigration,” according to HeatStreet.

President Trump, Thank you for doing what you said you would.

I know there is a long long way to go. But every person in the USA that are ignorant democrats, liberals and non-doers have underestimated you skills Go get them, make your cabinet work longer, harder and smarter to keep up with you.