A family picnics on the banks of the Rio Grande in Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas, Mexico, which is across the river from Roma, Texas. A border wall like the one President Trump has imagined could seal some Americans on the “Mexican side” — technically on U.S. soil, but outside of a barrier built north of the river separating the two countries.
A family picnics on the banks of the Rio Grande in Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas, Mexico, which is across the river from Roma, Texas. A border wall like the one President Trump has imagined could seal some Americans on the “Mexican side” — technically on U.S. soil, but outside of a barrier built north of the river separating the two countries. Rodrigo Abd Associated Press
A family picnics on the banks of the Rio Grande in Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas, Mexico, which is across the river from Roma, Texas. A border wall like the one President Trump has imagined could seal some Americans on the “Mexican side” — technically on U.S. soil, but outside of a barrier built north of the river separating the two countries. Rodrigo Abd Associated Press

Border wall could leave some Americans on ‘Mexican side’

April 22, 2017 01:19 PM

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