Senator Lindsey Graham: We’re Not Going to Build a 1,900-Mile Border Wall

Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that the $25 billion for a U.S.-Mexico border wall and other infrastructure in President Trump’s immigration proposal can be spent wisely, and that he doesn’t envision constructing a bona fide 1,900-mile wall. Mr. Graham said lawmakers included some $42 billion for border security in a 2013 immigration bill the U.S. Senate passed, so the $25 billion for a border wall and infrastructure in Mr. Trump’s proposal isn’t an “outrageous” number.

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4 Thoughts to “Senator Lindsey Graham: We’re Not Going to Build a 1,900-Mile Border Wall”

  1. Jim Forsythe

    Graham should go ahead and convert to the dem party. He does not represent the Republican Party.

  2. 83ragtop50

    Graham is an open borders idiot that needs to be retired by the good folks of South Carolina. I am tiring of his pretending to speak for the GOP party.

  3. Kevin

    How is it that every inch of military base perimeter and Federal facilities within the US are ringed with fences, walls or other barriers, yet we can’t do the same for our border? The answer, until Trump came along, our Federal leaders really didn’t want to secure the border!

    How do we pay for it? Stop sending billions of dollars each year to perennial “s**thole” countries that never say “thank you”, and more importantly, never dig themselves out of the hole.

    1. 83ragtop50

      Kevin – Here! Here!