VIDEO: Trump said kid at Easter egg roll talked to him about border wall

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President Trump on Monday took advantage of the White House Easter Egg Roll to promote his administration’s accomplishments and assure a young attendee that a wall along the southern border is being built.

The president and first lady Melania Trump welcomed thousands of people to the South Lawn of the White House for the annual Easter celebration. The president joined children to color cards for members of the military when he said a young man told him, “Keep building that wall.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“It’s happening. It’s being built now,” Trump said before looking up to other attendees at the annual White House Easter celebration.

“Can you believe that?” Trump said. “He’s going to be a conservative some day.”

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