WASHINGTON — The border wall looms large for President Donald Trump.
Aboard Air Force One last week, talking with reporters en route to Paris, he ruminated about the wall of his dreams – 700 to 900 miles long, with transparent sections so that border agents aren’t hit on the head by “large stacks of drugs” tossed over from the Mexican side, and outfitted with solar panels.
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And no, Trump insisted, he was “not joking.”
“There is a very good chance we can do a solar wall,” he said, “which would actually look good.”
The president began promoting the idea, aides explained, after a business acquaintance pitched it in one of the many conversations he has with friends – yet another example of how Trump often
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