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SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Tuesday was the deadline for companies to propose designs for President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection will ask several of the bidders to build prototypes in San Diego.
The White House defended its plan to add legal muscle to the effort to build a wall spanning the U.S.-Mexico border, saying Wednesday that no one should be surprised that the administration will take steps needed to acquire land for the project.
A mistake in the border lines between Mexico and the United States could see over 200 thousand acres returned to Mexico.
A Mexican congressman went to great lengths -- and heights -- Wednesday to illustrate why he believes that President Trump's controversial U.S.-Mexico border wall is "unnecessary" and "totally absurd."
The first describes how Trump's comments about trade with Mexico and NAFTA have shrunk investments in Mexico, lowered forecasts for growth of the Mexican economy, and weakened the peso, thus making Mexican exports cheaper and pushing Mexico to increa
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