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Trump’s visit to see border wall prototypes will bring clash of cultures, protesters:When Air Force One lands at San Diego’s marine air station Tuesday morning, President Trump will be welcomed by a receptive audience. But that is likely to change as soon as he steps foot outside the military base. Trump will spend about three hours in San Diego on Tuesday afternoon. The highlight is expected to be a tour of the eight different 30-foot chunks of wall near the U.S.-Mexico border — each of them a prototype for Trump’s long-promised border wall.After the tour, he’ll deliver remarks to members of the military at the Miramar Marine air station before heading out to Beverly Hills for a fundraiser later that day.This trip will be his first presidential visit to solid-blue California, a state he lost by more than 3 million votes during the election. Over the course of his presidency, California has emerged as the leader of the anti-Trump movement, taking stances in opposition on nearly every single issue, from sanctuary cities to the border wall.

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Trump’s visit to see border wall prototypes will bring clash of cultures, protesters:When Air Force One lands at San Diego’s marine air station Tuesday morning, President Trump will be welcomed by a receptive audience. But that is likely to change as soon as he steps foot outside the military base. Trump will spend about three hours in San Diego on Tuesday afternoon. The highlight is expected to be a tour of the eight different 30-foot chunks of wall near the U.S.-Mexico border — each of them a prototype for Trump’s long-promised border wall.After the tour, he’ll deliver remarks to members of the military at the Miramar Marine air station before heading out to Beverly Hills for a fundraiser later that day.This trip will be his first presidential visit to solid-blue California, a state he lost by more than 3 million votes during the election. Over the course of his presidency, California has emerged as the leader of the anti-Trump movement, taking stances in opposition on nearly every single issue, from sanctuary cities to the border wall.