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Border Wall Construction Starts by Private Group and Their GoFundMe Donation

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Border Wall Construction Starts by Private Group and Their GoFundMe Donation

Border Wall Construction Starts by Private Group and Their GoFundMe Donation

A section of border wall near El Paso, Texas has been built with the efforts of a private group with money raised from a GoFundMe page.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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