SAN DIEGO – President Donald Trump on Tuesday visited San Diego to see prototypes for his long-promised border wall.
Trump traveled to Otay Mesa around noon to view the 30-foot-high prototypes after he arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar at 11:30 a.m.
Customs and Border Protection picked eight proposals for construction along the San Diego border, which were finished in October and have been tested in a real-world border environment for evaluation since.
The eight prototypes fall into two categories — four are designed to be 30-foot concrete walls, and four are made of other materials.
Friends and foes of Trump rallied Tuesday ahead and after his California visit.