Donald Trump recently made a trip to California to visit the US-Mexico border wall and said It was “so hot you can fry an egg on it.”
He delivered his comments to reporters, telling them that people trying to enter the US would not be able to scale it because it is designed to absorb heat.
“You can fry and egg on that wall,” he told them.
Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan defended the president, and according to The Hill, told reporters:
There’s a false narrative out there that this wall is the president’s wall.
And then, shortly after his comments, Trump signed the wall. With a Sharpie.
WATCH: When he visited the border Wednesday, President Trump signed the wall. He encouraged others to sign it too (… https://t.co/Jk4injJf13— News 4 Buffalo (@News 4 Buffalo) 1568876433
The US president appeared in good spirits about his wall, which is currently in construction and even went so far as to sign his name on it after a construction worker told him it was tradition for visitors to do so.
Trump spoke about his “world-class security system,” before downplaying talk of his impeachment:
Such a waste time, especially with sooo much good that could be done.
HT USA Today
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