Sen. Lindsey Graham: We’re not going to build a 1,900-mile border wall


Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that the $25 billion for a U.S.-Mexico border wall and other infrastructure in President Trump’s immigration proposal can be spent wisely, and that he doesn’t envision constructing a bona fide 1,900-mile wall.
Mr. Graham said lawmakers included some $42 billion for border security in a 2013 immigration bill the U.S. Senate passed, so the $25 billion for a border wall and infrastructure in Mr. Trump’s proposal isn’t an “outrageous” number.
“You don’t need $25 billion for a wall. You need wall systems, you need roads … you need to fix old fencing,” the South Carolina Republican said on ABC’s “This Week.” “So we’re not going to build a 1,900-mile wall, but $25 billion can be spent wisely.”
“We’re not going to build a wall in places it shouldn’t go,” he said.
Mr. Graham also said the president’s proposal to provide 1.8 million illegal immigrant “Dreamers” a path to citizenship is “a huge step in the right direction.”
“The bottom line is this is a credible offer by the president on a pathway to citizenship,” he said.

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