Border Wall Will Be Finished in Two Years: Secretary Kelly

Department of Public Safety officials in Texas report that the nation's unsecured southern border is enticing Islamic extremists plotting terror attacks on USA citizens.

'I really don't think they're used to people that say things on the campaign trail actually turning them into action, ' he added.

Neito Tweeted his intention to cancel the meeting late Thursday morning: "This morning I informed the White House that I will not attend the scheduled work meeting next Tuesday with the @POTUS". "It's a layered approach", Kelly said. Twenty-two percent of those surveyed believe Mexico should foot the entire bill for the wall, and 36 percent say that Mexico shouldn't pay at all.

Kelly also addressed previous media reports that hinted that he did not know about Trump's executive order that temporarily banned refugees from entering the USA until the president signed it last Friday. "As you know, Mexico is our largest trading partner". "That's how I'm looking at it".

But Director of Research at Center for Immigration Studies Steven Camarota said "Mexico won't pay, the Mexicans will", as he played down the imperative of making Mexico pay. "That's the way I look at it", Kelly told Fox News in an interview that aired Wednesday, predicting that construction could begin in a matter of months.

But Democrats are likely to resist anything the Republicans put forward.

The plan is to build the wall where it's needed first and then fill it in, Kelly believed.

Legislation to fund and finish the border fence has repeatedly died in Congress, and a call to continue the project was mentioned in the Republican Party's 2012 party platform. "If anyone thinks we're going to do 1,954 miles of fencing, it's not going to happen".

Moreover, Woodruff reported, the visas were not "just deemed unusable for 90 days", the length of Trump's executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority nations from entering the U.S. These visas, per a Trump lawyer, "no longer exist", Woodruff wrote on Twitter.

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