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Donald Trump vows to build the Mexico wall at any cost

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 23 August 2017
At a campaign-style rally the Phoenix Mayor wished hadn't happen, US President Donald Trump reiterated his promise of building a border wall with Mexico to stop illegal migration.
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President Trump told a crowd at the Phoenix Convention Center that "we are going to get are wall" and said those who oppose it are putting the country in danger.

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