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Border wall prototypes await President Donald Trump's inspection in the California desert. Trump is visiting California for his first time as president on Tuesday. En route to a fundraiser, Trump will personally examine eight recently constructed prototypes for the wall near the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego. Supporters of the wall, and of Trump, have called the wall a necessary deterrent to illegal border crossings. Meanwhile, critics - including California Gov.

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