Trump insists that the need to build a wall responds to “a humanitarian and security crisis.”
[F]or Trump, the battle for the wall is more important than the wall itself.
The United States has suffered for years in its inability to calmly discuss immigration.
Is expanding the wall the magical solution that will cure all? Most likely not. But nothing is. What it is, though, is one of the many methods available to tackle the problem. So give it a shot.
[T]he wall has become more like a metaphor for the polarized political situation in the United States.
A physical barrier isn’t what’s needed; incentives are, so that migration starts to fall.
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