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Mexican politician climbs US border fence

By AlJazeera
05 March 2017   |   1:30 pm
A Mexican Congressman Braulio Guerra climbed the fence along the US-Mexico border in Tijuana to prove why he thinks President Donald Trump's border wall won't work.

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