Trump campaigned for the presidency on a promise to construct a wall along the southern border and to make Mexico pay for the project as part of his plan to limit illegal immigration. But Mexico scoffed at paying for a barrier it opposes, and Trump has not been able to get Congress to provide the funding.
NEW Jared Kushner is now in charge of building Trump’s border wall, promising to deliver on his father-in-law’s ambitious construction goals by bringing a “private sector mentality” to a project he thinks lacked focus and urgency. With @jdawsey1 https://t.co/F7WLq6F5Ga
— Nick Miroff (@NickMiroff) November 26, 2019
#NEW: President Trump has made his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, the de facto project manager for constructing his border wall, frustrated with a lack of progress over one of his top priorities as he campaigns for reelection.https://t.co/Ej6YVW3M1S
— Jennifer Franco (@jennfranconews) November 26, 2019