A privately funded company has begun construction of Donald Trump’s border wall.
According to Fox News, a privately funded organization called “We Build The Wall” has begun working on a project to create a section of border wall in El Paso, Texas.
The project, started over the weekend, could be the start of giving Donnie exactly what he wants.
Former Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach revealed to FOX that the building had started because there is a “ridiculously large gap” by Mount Cristo Rey which is letting in drug and human smugglers.
“This is the first time any private organization has built border wall on private land,” he said.
He revealed that the wall was funded through private donations to the organization.
“We’ll keep on building as long as people keep chipping in. The average contribution has been only $67 but so many people have chipped in,” added Kobach.
This news comes after a federal judge blocked Donald Trump’s order to start construction of his border wall with money gathered under his declaration of a national emergency.
Trump has since appealed the ruling, in a tweet of course.
“Another activist Obama appointed judge has just ruled against us on a section of the Southern Wall that is already under construction. This is a ruling against Border Security and in favor of crime, drugs and human trafficking. We are asking for an expedited appeal!”