The Trump administration is facing a potentially embarrassing moment this week.

The Department of Homeland Security is set to unveil a plan to build a border wall, despite Trump’s repeated assertions that it will not be built.

Trump told a rally in Florida last month that “we are going to have a great wall in our country.

No way.

It won’t be built.”

Trump has also said that the wall should be completed by April 2019, as he promised during the 2016 election.

The new plan comes after a series of meetings between Homeland Security officials and the Department of Justice this month, with the goal of securing the border before Trump takes office.

“The idea that we’re going to be building a wall before the inauguration is a total non-starter, it is a complete non-sense,” said one of the department’s top officials, Richard Thornton, on Wednesday.

“We’re going have to do something else to secure the border.

I think it’s going to take at least four months.

But it will be built, and it will have to be finished in the next four months.”

The administration has also begun preparing to issue construction permits for the border wall.

The Associated Press and other news outlets reported that the department has begun issuing construction permits to build the border fence along the southern border with Mexico.

A new report published Wednesday by the Center for Immigration Studies estimated that the proposed border wall would cost the U.S. between $20 billion and $40 billion.

In the report, the group said that Mexico would pay more than $4.2 billion for the wall, while the United States would pay just over $6 billion.

The group cited figures from the Mexican government, which said that construction of the wall would take four to six years.

The White House has also announced that the administration will send more than 1,000 U.N. peacekeepers to the border and to the U,S.

Embassy in Mexico City.

The move follows Trump’s comments during his campaign that he would not send peacekeepers into the country to secure border security, instead ordering the U.,S.

Army to be sent in.

Trump has called for sending U.s. troops into Mexico to “take care of that problem.”

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