After Donald Trump spent a week waffling and “softening” over his immigration policy, I said, “The only thing left is for him to casually tell us that ‘build the wall’ was meant kind of metaphorically all along, and most of it will end up being a ‘virtual wall’ of drones and security cameras.” Ha ha. Just a little joke. Trump would never back down on—what’s that, NBC News?
Trump may be shifting towards building more of a “virtual wall” on the border, reports @halliejackson
— Ari Melber MSNBC (@AriMelber) August 29, 2016
Sigh. I wonder if someone finally told Trump that it’s not possible to build an actual concrete wall across every mile of the border? But if so, why would he have listened this time? It’s not like he’s ever shown any deference to reality in the past.
Anyway, maybe there’s nothing to this. I guess we’ll have to wait for Trump’s big immigration speech on Wednesday. (Yes, another one.) At the moment, he’s too busy tweeting about Hillary Clinton’s low IQ to have time for anything else.