One of the most infamously defining elements of Donald Trump's unique political agenda has been implementing a wall that clearly indicates the border between the U.S. and Mexico. The complex notion has been received quite poorly by his peers, but Trump seems undeterred by the wall's less-than-stellar reception, and is proceeding to construct this divisionary tactic with/without the support of his fellow governmental compatriots. 

Trump will be paying a visit to San Diego in order to witness the eight different prototypes for how his wall could be constructed if supported and funded by congress. Customs and Border Protection had chosen eight final proposals to begin development immediately alongside the Southern California border town. The suggestions were finished in October of last year, but have been involved in a lengthy real-life simulation ever since to test the constructions' durability, resilience, and other specs. 

The eight prototypes will either be manifested with concrete or a mix of other media. 

Furthermore, the wall could potentially be an amalgamation of all the prototypes on display, as its construction will rely upon the distinct environment it will be manifested on. 

The designs were selected by Customs and Border Protection, who chose six companies to begin work on the eight mock-ups required to envision this lengthy and costly endeavour. Here are their ideas:

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