A supporter of President Donald Trump created the new website named “TrumpWallconstrution” to inform on the progress of border wall construction.
According to the website, the status of Trump’s border wall is 89 miles completed and 226 miles to be built.
The website includes an interactive map that went online last week and has information on planning and current work in progress of the major sectors of the border wall.
The creator Donaldu Magnus wrote an introduction as follows:
Welcome to my website! I created this to be a one stop shop to find out all about the status of Trump’s border wall. The fake news refuses to cover this in any kind of meaningful way other than shallow 30 second clips or short articles. I was frustrated that nobody was covering this in a way to really understand exactly where the new wall was being built and where the existing wall was. The US-Mexico border is 2,000 miles long and I didn’t really understand exactly where the “wall” already was and where the new wall would be built. So with my interactive map you can see exactly where the wall is being built as well as current “wall.”
I will do my best to keep my map and website updated with the latest information including pictures and videos.
He announced, “The Fake News wants you to think the wall isn’t being built. I built this map to prove that it is!”
Earlier, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) unveiled footage about portion of new southern border wall, stating that it has finished a total of at least 60 miles of fresh border wall.
“Construction crews continue work on the new border wall system along the SW border near San Luis, Ariz. In partnership with USACEHQ, CBP has constructed over 60 miles of new border wall system along the SW border since 2017 and expects to complete 450 miles by the end of 2020,” CBP tweeted.
Construction crews continue work on the new border wall system along the SW border near San Luis, Ariz. In partnership with @USACEHQ, CBP has constructed over 60 miles of new border wall system along the SW border since 2017 and expects to complete 450 miles by the end of 2020. pic.twitter.com/ZMVqVteMUN
— CBP (@CBP) August 25, 2019