California Sues President Trump Over The Wall, Claiming It Will Violate Environmental Laws

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California is suing President Trump in order to stop him from building a wall on the state’s border with Mexico, claiming it will violate environmental laws. Trump says the 2,000 mile long fence will cost $8 billion, but the Department of Homeland Security estimates that cost at $21.6 billion. -GEG

One of President Trump’s biggest campaign promises was his vow to build a wall along the country’s southernmost border.

And California is trying to stop that. The state filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Wednesday arguing that the federal government is overstepping its authority by waiving environmental reviews and other laws.

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Is California on the verge of bankruptcy? All these lawsuits! California must need money! BE PATRIOTICALLY CORRECT! BUILD THE WALL!