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Homeland Security cut corners in deciding where to build President Trump's border wall, and still hasn't been able to put any of the new designs the president demanded into operation, the government's chief watchdog said in a new report Monday. The new administration was more interested in getting started on ...
The Department of Homeland Security did not fully consider where barriers were needed or how their cost could vary based on factors like terrain, a Government Accountability Office report says.