President Donald Trump famously vowed to build “a great wall” on the southern border during his presidential campaign.
What’s going on?
Who is confused about the definition of a “wall”?
White House legislative affairs director Marc Short appears to be. "I think that what the definition of a wall is, is something that we all need to have a serious conversation,” Short said over the weekend on CNN's "The Situation Room."
The border will be secured by a “myriad of different structures,” Short said.
Last week, Trump tweeted that “The WALL, which is already under construction in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls, will continue to be built.”
In another theory, Steve Doocy of “Fox & Friends” asked last week if the wall had “become symbolic.”
When is a wall not a wall?
On Monday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere were perplexed over this new confusion about what a wall should be since Trump seemed to be definite during his campaign.
The reasoning behind a physical barrier on the border was so the next president can’t simply change immigration policy.
“We’ll be going back and forth, every four years,” Glenn said.