WASHINGTON, DC – Reports coming from sources close to the Pentagon indicate that the Army Corps of Engineers is looking into using the remaining $15 billion from a 2018 disaster fund to build President Trump’s Border Wall.

The funds, which are left over from California wildfires, Texas floods, and other disasters from last year, can be allocated into one of six accounts, and one of those accounts is earmarked as “construction.”

Trump’s border wall is estimated to have a sticker price of approximately $12 billion; meaning that this fund would be sufficient to cover the expense of the wall.

An Army CoE report on the potential funding from last July can be found here.

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