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Is the potential for environmental damage from the proposed border wall with Mexico too high to proceed with President Trump's plan?

  • Yes, the potential for environmental damage is one more reason President Trump should not proceed with his planned wall.

    Yes, the potential for environmental damage is one more reason President Trump should not proceed with his planned wall. Our environment is to precious to destroy it by building a huge wall in an unnecessary location. Along with the social and political problems, this should be a message to Trump to stop.

  • Whilst Trump may change the Wall's size, he will build a wall.

    Trump's wall will have to go through modifications.However, Trump seems determined on building a wall. This is most likely due to him wanting to keep his voters happy. It is mostly for show.He will not build a wall like he said during his presidential run but will build one even if it harms the environment.

  • The potential for environmental damage from the proposed border wall with Mexico is not too high to proceed with President Trump's plan

    The potential for environmental damage from the proposed border wall with Mexico is not too high to proceed with President Trump's plan. Seriously....what potential environmental damage? It's stinking desert along the wall rout. The reality is that the potential damage of being overrun by illegal immigrants far outweighs any supposedly environmental damage.

  • No, it is not.

    The potential for environmental damage from the proposed border wall with Mexico is not too high. We should proceed with President Trump's plan to build a wall between the United States and Mexico. Doing so would help curtail the illegal flow of drugs and criminal gangs into the United States.


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