In the United States, the “Trump wall” began to collapse

The barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border began to collapse due to heavy rains and frequent flooding, Gizmodo reports.

One of the damages was recorded between the city of Douglas in Arizona and the San Bernardino Nature Reserve. The photo shows that some of the sluice gates were torn off their hinges. Damage was also noticed on other sections of the fence.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump advocated restricting immigration to the United States. After winning the election, he began building concrete barriers on the border with Mexico and restricted entry for citizens and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, explaining this as a threat of terrorism. Subsequently, the barrier on the Mexican border was unofficially called the “Trump wall.”

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