CBP: 450 Miles of New Border Walls Completed — Funding for 350 More Approved

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5 January 2021
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan celebrated the completion of 450 miles of “new border wall systems” at the end of 2020. The commissioner said Congress has approved funding for an additional 350 miles of barrier systems.
“Promises made, promises kept,” Commissioner Morgan said during a Tuesday press conference in reference to his longstanding pledge to complete 450 miles of new border wall systems by the end of the year. “I couldn’t be more proud and privileged to announce that on December 31 we were briefed that we had completed 450 miles of new border wall system.”...
Morgan said CBP is not done yet. Congress recently funded $1.375 billion for the construction of 350 additional miles of border wall systems. That will take the new infrastructure out to a total of 800 miles..
Breitbart News asked Morgan for specifics on where the completed new wall systems are constructed....
Commissioner Morgan replied:
    San Diego Sector — 46 miles
    El Centro Sector — 31 miles
    Yuma Sector — 107 miles
    Tucson Sector — 114 miles
    El Paso Sector — 131 miles
    Rio Grande Valley Sector — 17 miles.