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Trump expected to highlight wall in trip to border this week

President TrumpDonald TrumpCIA chief threatened to resign over push to install Trump loyalist as deputy: report Azar in departure letter says Capitol riot threatens to 'tarnish' administration's accomplishments Justice Dept. argues Trump should get immunity from rape accuser's lawsuit MORE is planning to travel to the U.S.-Mexico border this week to commemorate the border wall, one of the main themes of his 2016 presidential campaign, as attention is focused on last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol.

In his last full week in office, Trump will travel to Alamo, Texas, to mark the creation of 400 miles of the border wall, The Associated Press reported

Most of the wall went up in areas with smaller barriers, the AP noted, with the government erecting hundreds of miles of fencing up to 30 feet high. Most of this fencing was built this year.

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According to the news service, areas where the wall could be built more swiftly were prioritized by the administration, resulting in blasting hills, bulldozing vulnerable habitats and building on Native American land.

The AP reported that Trump is anxious to highlight his administration's accomplishments as his term comes to an end. It noted that the cost of the border wall has fallen on the shoulders of American taxpayers, despite Trump's repeated claims that the Mexican government would pay for all or some of the border wall.

Trump's trip will take place as calls for his removal from office continue to grow after his supporters tore through the Capitol building.

While in Texas, Trump may make his first public remarks since condemning the attacks in a video on Twitter last Thursday. The video was taken down and his account was suspended by Twitter on Friday due to "the risk of further incitement of violence."

Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have come forward and stated they believe Trump should be removed from office in the few days he has left before President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenAzar in departure letter says Capitol riot threatens to 'tarnish' administration's accomplishments House Democrats introduce measures to oppose Trump's bomb sale to Saudis On The Money: Retail sales drop in latest sign of weakening economy | Fast-food workers strike for minimum wage | US officials raise concerns over Mexico's handling of energy permits MORE is inaugurated.

Several lawmakers have brought up the 25th Amendment, which would require Vice President Pence and most of the Cabinet to move in favor of removing Trump from power. Two Cabinet members have already resigned due to the riot.

Democratic lawmakers have reportedly already begun impeachment proceedings, leading to the unprecedented possibility that Trump could be impeached twice.