Trump border wall construction set to begin in San Diego by September

Construction for prototypes of President Trump's controversial border wall is set to be completed by this fall, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Hundreds of companies submitted proposals for the proposed wall to be built between the USA and Mexico.

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According to the acting deputy commissioner Ronald Vitiello, four to eight prototypes will take 30 days to build.

Click through where the wall already exists along the US-Mexico border:

The prototypes will be built in Otay Mesa and will be 30 feet tall, unclimbable and have at least 6 feet of underground wall to "prevent" from digging.

"Where there was once lawless and undeveloped land," Vitiello said adding, "(then) neighborhoods were built and communities and commerce grew."

The San Diego Union-Tribune reports, No contracts have been awarded as of yet, but Trump wants solar panels on the wall, and the process has been delayed from June to September.

According to Democratic staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Government Affairs,

Money for the wall hasn't been approved by Congress, but $20 million dollars was taken from mobile video surveillance used by the Customs and Border Protection to build the prototypes.