Trump’s Wall To Cost The U.S. $120 Per Household – Where Do We Send The Check?

Written by Doug Giles on July 2, 2018

The Big Beautiful Wall on the southern border is already being built.

President Trump has insisted that Mexico is going to pay for the wall — and we’re currently renegotiating NAFTA.

The leftist President-elect of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, opposed President Trump in his campaign but now says that he wants to seek friendly relations with the United States.

This should be interesting.

NAFTA negotiations will be like a 3-way fight between a Chihuahua, a Shih Tzu, and a Pit Bull.

How about you ask Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau how that method of foreign relations is working out for him…

¡Buena suerte, Méjico!

Even if Americans fronted the money and Mexico ‘paid’ for the wall with the renegotiated trade deal, it wouldn’t cost the average American household much at all.

It would be a paltry $120.

If U.S. taxpayers front the Trump administration’s border wall, the average household could owe $120.

The U.S.-Mexico border barrier that President Donald Trump pushed forward with this week could cost a projected $15 billion, according to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. That bill would come out to $120 per household, based on the latest Census data of U.S. households, according to the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
Source: CNBC

What do you say, are you willing to foot the bill to get that big, beautiful wall built?

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