NEW YORK POST – MARK MOORE
President Trump put California on notice in a tweet on Wednesday that he wouldn’t complete his much-promised wall on its border until the entire barrier was erected – even though the state’s attorney general said the “medieval” structure has no place in the “21st century.”
“I have decided that sections of the Wall that California wants built NOW will not be built until the whole Wall is approved,” he tweeted. “Big victory yesterday with ruling from the courts that allows us to proceed. OUR COUNTRY MUST HAVE BORDER SECURITY!”
He referred to the Tuesday ruling by US District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who he maligned as “biased” during the 2016 campaign for his Mexican heritage, that sided with the Department of Homeland Security in a legal challenge that paves the way for a section of the wall to be built on the California border.