NBC: approved trump the prototype wall on the border, you can buzz-saw

NBC: approved trump the prototype wall on the border, you can buzz-saw

NEW YORK, January 10. /TASS/ — According to tests conducted by the Department of homeland security, all kinds of prototype walls were vulnerable to external impact.


A prototype of the wall on the us-Mexican border, the issue of funding which has caused the suspension of the Federal government and the budget crisis in Washington is easily exposed to normal circular saw blades. This is evidenced by tests of prototypes of the boom is carried out by the Department of homeland security (DHS), said on Thursday the broadcaster NBC.

She presented photographs of the tests conducted by DHS employees on the ground Pogo row near the border with Mexico in 2017. Tests were offered using a variety of tools to damage or make a hole through the barrier of eight different types, including a fence made of hollow steel poles.

Dept. of Homeland Security testing of a steel slat wall border for prototype proved it could be cut through with a saw, according to a report by DHS.

A photo obtained by @NBCNews shows the results of the test. https://t.co/SNxn6YneG9 pic.twitter.com/UP9EgHGxDx

— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 10, 2019.

All kinds of prototype walls were vulnerable to external impact and is made of steel pillars easily cut circular saw, writes NBC.

The broadcaster recalled that the President of the United States Donald trump was inspecting the prototypes of the walls at this ground in March 2018. The head of state told journalists that he had made a choice in favor of the palisade of steel columns, inside which are driven the bars of the tree, indicated by the broadcaster. Caught in possession of her pictures were removed from the final version of the report prepared by the division of DHS and made public at the request of the media.

From December 22 in the USA partially suspended the work of the Federal government due to the lack of budget funds. This happened due to the fact that the Republicans and Democrats in Congress failed to agree on the parameters of the interim budget, which trump and the Republicans in the ultimate order want over $5 billion for the construction of a physical barrier on the border with Mexico. Democrats say they will not approve the allocation from the Treasury of such large funds and willing to offer only $1.3 billion.