A new border wall between the United States and Mexico has drawn widespread condemnation and condemnation from the White House and Republicans, who say they will never be able to build it.
The U.S. has built several such barriers since the 1990s, with one being completed in January of this year.
But critics have slammed the White Houses plans for a barrier that would be just as expensive, more than 10 times more expensive and more intrusive than the current one, and could have severe negative effects on the country’s economy and health.
Some say it will be a total disaster, and others believe it is simply not worth the cost.
Here are some of the other things you need to know about the border wall.
WHAT IS THE BORDER WALL?
This massive wall will cover 2,000 miles of the border between Mexico and the United Sates, or roughly one-third of the U. S. total land area.
It will be one of the most complex projects in U. States history.
The wall will be built at least three times, with the first being in 2019.
The second and third times will be funded through a combination of tax credits, federal money and other funding.
WHAT DOES IT DO?
The wall would create a series of fencing, which will separate it from other major structures along the border, including highways, roads and other infrastructure.
It would also block access to certain parts of the Rio Grande Valley, which is home to about 50,000 people.
The first wall was completed in the late 1990s and has been widely praised.
But it has since been criticized by some for its complexity and lack of transparency.
The border wall has been criticized for the cost and the sheer size of the project.
The project has been estimated to cost about $21 trillion and has not been fully funded by Congress, which has until now only approved federal funding for it.
What is the cost of the wall?
The cost of a border wall is expected to top $21 billion.
That is the total cost of construction and the $6.2 trillion that has been authorized for border security.
The cost is likely to rise, however, because of the construction delays and because the government has yet to build any of the $20 billion in funding it needs for the wall.
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