Chris Harris stopped an unmarked Border Patrol SUV at the existing fence between San Diego and Tijuana. He recalled finding a group of illegal entrants in the exact same spot years ago. “I grabbed one guy at the fence, threw him on the ground,” said the director of legislative and political affairs for the National Border Patrol Council Local 1613. “I had my foot on his back.”In the heat of the moment, Harris focused on handcuffing the guy he’d caught.
When President Donald Trump visits Southern California on Tuesday to get his first up-close look at the border wall prototypes, protesters and supporters will be there to greet him. The border wall prototypes sit in a remote area on the eastern edge of San Diego. A coalition of groups supporting the president’s plan to build the wall will rally on near there, while activists, lawmakers, immigrants and various clergy will gather at a church about 10 miles to the west.
Arizona had the second-highest number of guest farmworkers in the country during the first quarter of the fiscal year that started in October. Migrant farmworkers come to the United States on a temporary visa called a H-2A. Florida was the only state with more H-2A workers than Arizona during the last three months of 2017, data show. Arizona’s massive vegetable harvest started in November and will last until spring, said Steven Alameda, president of the Yuma Fresh Vegetable Association.
150-200 Trump supporters have gathered within miles of the border wall prototypes. Event is about to start. Gonna go see if I can find people opposed to building a wall between the US and Mexico. https://t.co/6zwHh1Id9R
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