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"We will gladly do it", Cemex President Rogelio Zambrano told Mexican newspaper Reforma Wednesday, according to NBC News.

President Trump has repeatedly stated that Mexico would pay for the construction of the Border Wall along 2,000 miles of the U.S. - Mexico southern border. An internal Homeland Security report prepared for Kelly estimated the cost of extending the wall along the entire U.S. -Mexico border at about $21 billion.

Trump told the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that the border-wall project was "way ahead of schedule".

Several corporate titans, among them Raytheon, a defense contractor, and Caddell, a construction company with a global portfolio, have expressed preliminary interest in building the wall. Fifteen of the companies identified themselves as owned by Hispanic Americans. While the project's civil rights implications and ecological impact alone would be astounding, there remain numerous logistical and ethical issues to address, such as the potential division of the Tohono O'odham Nation's ancestral land, which straddles the likely route of the proposed wall.

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"We're gong to build a wall", he said on ABC's "Good Morning America". It's led to Trump, one of the most unpopular presidential candidates ever to take the oath of office, holding a record low job approval rating for a newly inaugurated commander-in-chief. First, concepts must be submitted by March 10, 2017.

Trump said in an interview with broadcaster Fox News that he did not think his border policies have been communicated well.

During the campaign, Trump's promise to "make Mexico pay for the wall", in the few times it was articulated, centered on taxing cash transfers by Mexican nationals working in the U.S. The country's largest source of cash comes from Mexicans living and working in the U.S. who send money back to both their families and their native hometowns which use the money for infrastructure improvements.