“What we’ve done is we are working on and will complete by September — we’ll be up to about 140 miles to 150 miles of fencing,” Mr. Chertoff said. “As anybody who’s ever built a fence or a wall knows, you don’t build it one mile at a time.”
“We’re on track to get about 370 miles done by the end of ‘08. But I do have to say that for people who believe the answer is just fence, yesterday we discovered a tunnel. So fencing is not the cure-all for the problem at the border.”
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