Trump’s border wall falls over in wind

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A section of Donald Trump’s border wall between the United States and Mexico has blown over in the wind.

The steel panels, more than 9 metres high, began to lean at a sharp angle on the border between the Californian town of Calexico and Mexicali in Mexico on Wednesday.

The section of wall was under construction at the time, with concrete anchors being put in place.

But the strong winds blew the panels over onto the Mexican side of the border before the concrete had set.

The section of the wall is part of an effort Trump to add a wall to the more than 3,000km-long border with Mexico.

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