Contractors have completed eight prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico, and the public got their first look at them in San Diego, Cal., on Oct. 26. Homeland Security workers are now subjecting the prototypes to testing, including use of sledgehammers and torches, to see if they can be breached.
Contractors have completed eight prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico, and the public got their first look at them in San Diego, Cal., on Oct. 26. Homeland Security workers are now subjecting the prototypes to testing, including use of sledgehammers and torches, to see if they can be breached. Elliott Spagat AP
Contractors have completed eight prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico, and the public got their first look at them in San Diego, Cal., on Oct. 26. Homeland Security workers are now subjecting the prototypes to testing, including use of sledgehammers and torches, to see if they can be breached. Elliott Spagat AP

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