According to the commentators, an old mattress and stairs are enough.
Donald Trump has published in his twitter design project of a steel fence on the US border with Mexico. The president did this after a partial cessation of government work due to the fact that Congress refused to allocate money to build the wall.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””][Imagine] the design of our steel fence, which is absolutely effective and at the same time beautiful.[/perfectpullquote]
Representatives of the White House could not tell reporters who came up with this image. Twitter users have criticized the design of the steel wall and found inaccuracies in the project.
Is this a Banksy https://t.co/d7T1oYCuI9
— Ryan Mac (@RMac18) December 21, 2018
“Is this a Banksy job?”
Looks super effective pic.twitter.com/Hv3okxGmya
— Taylor Fisher (@TaylorFisher) December 22, 2018
“Looks very effective”
So the space between the slats is going to be half a car door’s width wide? Sure, OK guy. pic.twitter.com/0h9CS9E2AU
— 💀 damned sinker 💀 (@dansinker) December 21, 2018
“It turns out, the space between the pillars will be in proportion to half of the car door?” Okay guy
Such a cutting-edge design. So streamlined as it reaches to the heavens, never before has fencing seen such an elegantly austere yet effective design! This is truly a remarkably futuristic feat! pic.twitter.com/kpOOcQiZU1
— Highland Fashionista (@Highlandista) December 21, 2018
“Such a modern design. There has never been such an elegant, rigorous and effective design of fences! Truly amazing and futuristic ”
Also, commentators noted that such a fence is not very useful
Umm, yeah. A few giant corks and a unfolding ladder takes care of your barrier. Playing with his crayons again. pic.twitter.com/Ua0sk9A8XU
— Mark Gross (@marksthedad2) December 21, 2018
“A few giant traffic jams and a folding staircase will take care of your fence. Play with your pencils and more. ”
Let me add some context to the design… pic.twitter.com/UR9wSFF7mo
— Citizens Fed Up (@CitizensFedUp) December 22, 2018
“Let me add some details to this design (old mattress, wooden staircase)”
— Very Legal & Cool Franklin 🌎 (@frankredbird) December 22, 2018
How deep will those effective/beautiful slats be buried?
50-foot-long drug tunnel discovered in Nogales (December 18, 2018) https://t.co/VBNkLjzyjN
— ʟᴇɪᴀ ɪɴ ʟᴀ ʟᴀ ʟᴀɴᴅ (@hey_leia) December 21, 2018
“How deep will these effective / beautiful strips be inserted? December 18 in the Mexican city of Nogales found a tunnel for drug trafficking, which is located at a depth of 15 meters ”
In social networks, there are other associations with the design of the wall
Looks like this pic.twitter.com/HDPfAD2q1P
— SuzyMagnolia (@suzymagnolia) December 21, 2018
“Looks like something.”
If you like that design you will love this design for a beautiful Oval Office iron cast chair. pic.twitter.com/eIj1xgRv4I
— Jeremy Newberger (@jeremynewberger) December 21, 2018
December 19, Trump wrote that on the border “will build an artistically designed steel structure through which you can easily watch.” According to the president, the wall will help overcome drug trafficking and illegal migration, as well as save billions of dollars a month. Many economists , the media and environmentalistsoppose the head of state, and also remind you that American taxpayers still pay for the project.
Building a wall on the border with Mexico is one of Trump’s main campaign promises. He took his first steps in January 2017, signing two decrees: on emigration and on the protection of the state border