“Good fences make good neighbors,” wrote the poet Robert Frost.
And he was right.
President Trump has been pushing for barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border. And the newly installed fences are doing their jobs.
On Sunday, Border Patrol agents were forced to rescue three foreigners who got stuck on top of one of President Trump’s border wall in San Diego.
“The man and two women tried to use dense fog to cover their attempt to climb a section of 30-foot-high fence — part of nearly 100 miles of replacement wall built under Mr. Trump,” The Washington Times reports.
They cleared the primary fence up along the border but became stuck atop the fog-slicked secondary fence, which is set back from the boundary line, […]
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