A flag mural at the border has honored deported US military veterans for years; after Trump visit, agents looking into taking it down
from The Washington Post
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is evaluating whether to remove a painting of an upside-down American flag — a military distress signal — that deported veterans painted on a border fence separating San Diego and Tijuana five years ago. The mural aimed to raise awareness of the struggles of deported U.S. military veterans, a group that has gained increasing attention amid the Trump administration’s efforts to tighten immigration rules and step up deportations.
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