Presidential Candidate has a Beautiful, Tall Wall

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Hillary Clinton has often criticized and ridiculed Republican nominee Donald Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall on the US-Mexican border, in order to stop illegal immigration.

“As I understand him, he’s talking about a very tall wall, right,” Clinton told the audience at a debate in Miami in March. “A beautiful tall wall, the most beautiful tall wall, better than the Great Wall of China, that would run the entire border, that he would somehow magically get the Mexican government to pay for. And, you know, it’s just fantasy.”

She went on to say, “Where it was necessary, we did support some fencing, and where it was necessary, we did add border patrol agents.  We have done what by any fair estimate would have to conclude is a good job “securing the border,” so let’s get about the business of comprehensive immigration reform.”

Around Clinton’s personal property in Chappaqua, New York, the “beautiful tall wall” doesn’t take any chances on “where it was necessary – it encircles the entire property, with no gaps in the wall, and it comes with a beautiful, tall gate as well, to allow those who have permission to enter.

Kyle Olson, of The American Mirror, offers a suggestion:  “If Donald Trump is serious about building a protective wall on the southern border, perhaps he should consult the expert on erecting barriers: Hillary Clinton.”

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