On the last leg of his bigly, fundraising trip to the Golden State (CA), Trump took a few moments from his busy schedule to visit Otay Mesa, CA. The Otay Mesa Port of Entry connects Otay Mesa to Otay Centenario in the Mexican city of Tijuana.
While there, Trump whipped out a Sharpie and autographed a small section of wall because it’s traditional for anyone who works on the wall to sign the wall.
Last year, Trump visited the same site to view various prototypes of his wall.
And in other Wall News:
The Trump administration plans to transfer federal land to military control in order to continue construction of the wall along the southern border, officials from the Interior Department announced Wednesday night.
The Department of Interior, which controls public land around the country, announced that 560 acres of federal land will be transferred to the U.S. Army for the construction of 70 acres of border wall.
The transfer of land includes more than 300 acres of land in Yuma County, Arizona, including along the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, as well as 110 acres of land in the El Paso, Texas, area and 43 acres in San Diego County in California. No areas in national parks or national monuments are affected.ABC: