Trump supporters form human chain at U.S.-Mexico border

Trump supporters form human chain at U.S.-Mexico border

Part of the U.S./Mexican border fence is seen on June 22, 2018 in El Paso, Texas. The Trump administration created a policy of 'zero tolerance' creating confusion for some people seeking to immigrate to the United States.

SUNLAND PARK, N.M. — President Donald Trump supporters wearing red Make America Great Again hats linked arms or held hands, forming a human chain Saturday at the U.S.-Mexico border where a section of fence ends.

The group chanted "build a wall" as they formed their own between Sunland Park, New Mexico, and Anapra, Mexico, KEYE reported.

The rally comes days before a planned visit by Trump Monday to nearby El Paso, where he is expected to highlight border security. Trump has demanded 100 miles of new walls along the 1,900 mile border. He is insisting that Congress appropriate $5.7 billion for a wall in the new budget.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.