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An internal DHS report presented to Kelly in February indicated that the wall would cost more than $21 billion.

Since U.S. President Donald Trump kicked off his presidential campaign in the summer of 2015, he promised to build a "great" wall along the 2,000-mile border which separates the United States and Mexico to stop foreigners from illegally entering U.S. territory.

News that a complete concrete border wall that stretches across the entire U.S. -Mexico border has been deemed "unlikely" but the chief of Homeland Security is certainly welcome, but there's likely still going to be a taxpayer cost to build a wall that so many believe is unnecessary.

"The President knows that I'm looking at variations on the theme, and I have no doubt that when I go back to him and say, 'Wall makes sense here, high-tech fencing makes sense over here, technology makes sense over here, ' I have no doubt he'll tell me to go do it", he added.

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Walls, he said, will probably be most effective where they can deflect migrant traffic away from cities on the US side.

DHS will give its border agents technology that will work more effectively for their sectors, depending on their needs and requests, he said.

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'There will be a lot of different activity - protests, prayer vigils - on both sides of the wall, ' said Morones, whose immigrant advocacy group is based in San Diego. He said "the wall" refers to everything from concrete to fences to drones. Sen. Everyone knows it's not going to happen. It's embarrassing. It makes no sense.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., the panel's ranking minority member, hammered away at Trump's signature claim. "Mexico is not going to pay for it", she said.

Searching people's devices at ports of entry is not a novelty. According to Kelly, 1 million people come into the US every day, and nearly half of them are subject to device searches. Sen.

Before joining FCW, Rockwell was Washington correspondent for Government Security News, where he covered all aspects of homeland security from IT to detection dogs and border security. Riverdale says the material can be manufactured up to 20 feet tall and installed up to 6 feet below ground, to prevent tunneling.

Kelly stated that the "vast majority of people" will not be subject to social media searches and ideological questions. "They can go after an individual, under the law, if they are on the list because they are illegal".

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Bidders interviewed said they could build the model for $200,000, the pre-solicitation price. "We're signaling something that's very un-American to the rest of the world".

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