President Trump Visits California And Border Wall


SAN FRANCISCO—President Donald Trump arrived by Air Force One on Tuesday, September 17 to the Bay Area for a two-day trip of the coastal state. Trump’s arrival marks the President’s first visit to the San Francisco area since the inauguration in January 2017. He appeared at three fundraisers in Palo Alto, Beverly Hills, and San Diego to secure financial support for his 2020 reelection campaign.

President Trump addressed the issue of the homeless population in California during his visit. Earlier this week, Trump officials visited the Los Angeles region before his trip to scout prospective locations for homeless facilities. He addressed the need for reform to reduce the number of Americans who are without shelter in California, while he was campaigning in Ohio.

On Thursday, September 19, on Fox News, the President was interview by reporter Ed Henry to discuss the continuing work on the wall on the US-Mexico border.

“We have many different sites, all up and down the border,” said President Trump on the progressing construction on the wall. He remains steadfast on his promise to his supporters to build a border wall to deter undocumented immigrants from entering the United States through Mexico.