Donald Trump signs order to build a new wall along the US-Mexico border

Donald Trump has urged the people to speed up the process of building a wall along the US-Mexico border so that immigrants couldn't enter America.

United States President Donald Trump on January 26 signed the executive order to begin the construction of Mexico border wall to keep America safe from immigrants coming in via Mexico.

After winning the US elections, Trump had made it clear that he would go ahead with his election pledge to build a wall along the Mexican border, but the US would be footing the bill initially. The 70-year old had said that he would make Mexico pay for the wall one way or another in an year or year-and-a-half’s time. However, the Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto slammed Donald Trump saying that he “regrets and disapproves” the push by the US President to build a wall.

Donald Trump, on the other hand, has asked to speed up the process of building the wall.

Donald Trump had also announced his intention to build a wall in order to keep America safe on January 25. True to his totally out of line promises, Trump tweeted to announce how serious he was about his wall-building plan.

As if the matter in the tweet was not explosive enough already, the brand new President misspelled among and gave Twitter another reason for some Trump-bashing. He was quick to delete the tweet and re-tweeted with the accurate spelling.

The order comes five days after Donald Trump sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Trump, who won the November 8 election despite losing the popular was sworn-in as the 45th President of United States on January 21 in a grand inauguration ceremony.