Before he delivered his State of the Union address on Feb. 5, President Donald Trump vowed for the umpteenth time that he would have his border wall between the U. S. and Mexico, even if it meant building a “human wall.” On Saturday, some of Trump’s…
Before he delivered his State of the Union address on Feb. 5, President Donald Trump vowed for the umpteenth time that he would have his border wall between the U. S. and Mexico, even if it meant building a “human wall.” On Saturday, some of Trump’s supporters took his words to their hearts and attempted to make a “human wall” as part of a demonstration in support of his border wall, according to The Washington Post .
The publication reported that dozens of Trump followers stood between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, carrying and waving American and Confederate flags. Some wore “Make America Great Again” hats while others brought along signs that read “Stop the drugs that destroy our youth!” and “Stop child trafficking!”
The Post uploaded a photo taken by Reuters photojournalist Jose Luis Gonzalez, in which a Trump supporter held a Texas flag depicting an assault rifle and the words: “Come and take it.

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