Report: Security Cameras installed at construction site of Trump Wall prototypes

According to new reports, Security Cameras have been installed near Border Wall construction sites.

The Hill:

Federal officials have installed surveillance equipment at the construction site of prototypes for President Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to help safeguard the project against a “threat environment,” The Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday.

Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officials ordered video surveillance be installed to “provide situational awareness related to threats against the site and against the contractors building the prototype walls,” according to the Times.

The prototypes were built near San Diego. Construction was completed in late October, and the CPB commenced a testing phase.

The cost of the surveillance equipment is unknown, and it was approved under a no-bid process because officials determined the system was required immediately, the newspaper reported.

Donald Trump is continuing his push for the Border Wall. He realizes that it’s going to be tough to get but he is doing everything in his power to get it done. Little by little, we are seeing Border improvements and all of this will hopefully lead this to Trump’s border wall being built.

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