President Trump Set to Visit South Texas to Inspect Wall, Tout Border Accomplishments

President Donald Trump is slated to visit Alamo, Texas on Tuesday, where he’ll inspect the southern border wall and tout his administration’s policy accomplishments on immigration.

The event will be the President’s first public appearance since Wednesday, when he spoke at a rally that took place before a raucous protest outside of the US Capitol. President Trump has been suspended- permanently or indefinitely from every major Big Tech social media platform in the aftermath of the Capitol protest, which featured protestors storming the US Capitol and disrupting electoral college certification proceedings.

Mainstream media figures and verified liberal commentators spread misinformation upon reports of the President’s Alamo, Texas trip, which will visit new wall construction on the border in the Rio Grande Valley. The Left claimed that Trump was visiting the historic fortress of the Alamo, which is actually located in San Antonio. Alamo is in Hidalgo County and is merely named after the fortress.

More than 450 miles of new border wall have been constructed during President Trump’s time in office, much of it replacing dilapidated fencing that was insufficient to secure the most hazardous and compromised areas of the southern border. The latest installment of funding for border wall construction was included in December’s omnibus funding package.

Building a “big, beautiful” wall on the southern border was President Trump’s signature campaign proposal in his 2016 campaign, and he’ll highlight the progress and accomplishments completed on the key campaign promise.