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Trump tried to sell a concrete wall, then tried to sell a steel barrier. Today: "In many cases, steel walls, it's steel that is, that has, concrete inside. It's pumped into the steel. It's hollow, and it's pumped into the steel. So it's sort of a combination of both."
Trump: "They say it's medieval. But so is the wheel, medieval. I look at all the vans....every one of those had the wheel...some things don't change. Wheels and walls. They haven't found an alternative to either of those two. Right? They haven't found an alternative."
Trump says that he hasn't spent the $1.6 billion allocated last year (to non-wall fencing) because he doesn't believe in paying contractors until the end of the project when you can see if they did a good job. This story appears entirely fictional as it relates to the fencing.
After telling a story that began "the reason we haven't spent it," Trump then says this in the same minute: "The money they say we didn't spend has been spent, but it hasn't been paid. There's a big difference."
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