Trump voter finds out the border wall will put her home on Mexico side

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One of Donald Trump’s key campaign promises was the border wall that he said would be built along the Mexican border. While many supported that plan, landowners in Texas intend to take the government to court as they are realizing that a border wall could see their property taken from them or, in some cases, could put their land on the Mexican side of the border.

D’Ann Loop of Brownsville recalled how, 10 years ago, their property was cut in half, with half on the Mexican border and half on the US border. But after going to court, all of their land was considered to be in Mexico.

“It left us no property on the U.S. side of the border wall, including my house,” she explained. “Everything was behind — on the Mexican side of the U.S. border fence,” with her husband adding they enter the U.S. through a locked gate.”

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“You punch your code in or you come behind the border wall, there is a feeling of isolation,” she added.

Pat Bell of River Bend is also facing the prospect of seeing her home and property on the Mexico side of the border. While she says that she voted for Trump, she intends to fight the border wall in court, saying that she never supported the idea.

“Absolutely I would go to the people who are in charge and, you hate to say I would get a lawyer, but if it comes to that issue, you would,” Bell said.