Wall of Donald Trump is financed on GoFundMe

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A war veteran launched an online collection to finance the border wall posed by US President Donald Trump, and in its early days has raised more than 10 million dollars.
A disabled veteran of the US Air Force launched a page on the GoFundMe website on Monday to help President Donald Trump raise money to build the border wall and in three days had raised more of 8 million dollars.

“My name is Brian Kolfage, I have a verified Facebook page as a public figure and I am a veteran with three amputations that has received Purple Heart”, informs the author of the fundraising page called “We, The town will finance the wall.”

It is not the first time that an attempt is being made to raise funds through the internet to finance the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. In 2011 the Arizona legislature tried something similar for a fence in the area. The goal was to collect about 50 million dollars. After six years and the creation of a website to accept donations, the committee was dissolved last year after having managed to raise only 55 thousand 634 dollars.

A man launched an online collection on the web crowdfunding GoFundMe in order to raise the necessary funds for the construction of the border wall posed by the president of the United States, Donald Trump, on the border with Mexico.

In its first three days, the initiative has raised more than 10 million dollars, contributed by more than 160,000 people.
The initiative is veteran Brian Kolfage, who wrote on the web the following: “Like most citizens of the United States who voted to elect the president Donald Trump, We did so that America is once again big the main campaign promise of President Trump was to build the wall as he has fulfilled almost all the promises, this project must be completed.”
The Democrats refuse to approve the funds for the construction of the wall to Trump because it considers that this would be a waste of money. However, from the Republican side do not count enough votes in the Congress, since they lack the 60 necessary to proceed with the discussion of a spending bill in the Senate.
As a veteran who has given so much, three extremes – in the Iraq war, in 2004 – I feel deeply committed to this nation to ensure that future generations have everything we have today, Kolfage wrote on the page. He said he had contacted the government to know where to send the money once the collection ends. The goal was to raise a billion dollars. For the night of this Thursday, he had collected 8 million 708 thousand 585 dollars from 143 thousand 260 people.
It is not the first time that an attempt is being made to raise funds through the internet to finance the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. In 2011 the Arizona legislature tried something similar for a fence in the area. The goal was to collect about 50 million dollars. After six years and the creation of a website to accept donations, the committee was dissolved last year after having managed to raise only 55 thousand 634 dollars.

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