By Olivier Douliery/Pool/Getty Images.Construction on the wall Donald Trump made main to his governmental project– one that he repeatedly assured would run the length of the U.S.-Mexico border, geological and fiscal impossibilities be damned– has yet to start, which may be a good idea, because Trump obviously has some brand-new style notes for how he ‘d like the wall to be built.Asked by reporters aboard Air Force One on Wednesday night about the wall, the president offered a number of difficult brand-new details about his strategies and firmly insisted that he was “not joking” about including solar panels, a proposal he earnestly recommended would help cover the job’s estimated$21.6 billion expense.”There is a chance that we can do a solar wall,”Trump stated. “We have major companies looking at that. Look, there’s no better place for solar than the Mexico border– the southern border. And there is a very excellent possibility we can do a solar wall, which would really look excellent. But there is an extremely great opportunity we might do a solar wall. “Trump went on to say that the wall requires something: transparency
.”You have to have the ability to translucent it, “he explained. “Simply puts, if you can’t translucent that wall– so it might be a steel wall with openings, however you need to have openings due to the fact that you have to see what’s on the other side of the wall.”The wall has to be transparent, the president continued, because drug dealers might otherwise throw large bags of drugs over the wall to the other side, and hit innocent passers-by.”As horrible as it sounds, when they toss the large sacks of drugs over, and if you have people on the other side of the wall, you do not see them– they hit you on the head with 60 pounds of stuff? It’s over,” he included.”As crazy as that sounds, you need transparency through that wall. However we have some amazing designs.” Trump promised on the campaign trail that he would discover a way to make Mexico pay for the wall. A new spending expense released by House
Republicans today proposes$1.6 billion to begin constructing the border wall. Mexico has no strategies to pay for any wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, transparent or otherwise.