Biden is building a wall…at his Delaware beach house

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EXCLUSIVE: Biden builds wall…in his Delaware beach house: As president faces backlash for ‘sanitized’ border visit – construction workers continue to work on barrier surrounding his vacation home for increased safety

  • Construction has begun on the wall surrounding Biden’s Rehoboth Beach home
  • Exclusive footage from DailyMail.com shows workers erecting the tall white picket fence
  • The front of the house has a gray stone half wall and a black iron fence to allow cars access to the driveway
  • The project costs taxpayers $500,000 and will be completed in September 2023

Construction began last week for the privacy fence surrounding President Joe Biden’s favorite vacation spot at his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

Images from DailyMail.com show the entire side of Biden’s beach house surrounded by tall white picket fences broken by gray stone pillars as workers continued to build the barrier around the grounds last week.

The front of the property now has a gray stone half wall with an opening where cars enter the driveway.

The project costs nearly half a million dollars.

The images of the newly erected wall, which can now be revealed exclusively by DailyMail.com, come despite the Biden administration’s efforts to halt construction of the border wall.

“So the walls work at Joe Biden’s beach house, but not on the southern border?” Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan tweeted.

Construction began last week on the wall surrounding President Joe Biden’s Rehoboth Beach home in Delaware

Taxpayers foot the nearly $500,000 bill for the wall around Biden's beach house

Taxpayers foot the nearly $500,000 bill for the wall around Biden’s beach house

Biden’s team halted Arizona placing double-stacked metal shipping containers along the border to fill gaps in the wall and help crack down on illegal migration amid a historic surge during of the past two years.

Biden announced new immigration policies last week, which include expanding the Trump-era deportation policy known as Title 42, as well as a separate program that allows 30,000 migrants to Cuba, Haiti and Nicaragua to enter the United States if they complete an online asylum form in advance. of time.

GOP lawmakers slammed Biden for using his first-ever trip to the southern border on Sunday as a ‘photo op’ next to former President Donald Trump’s famous wall.

High white fences have been built along the entire side of the property

High white fences have been built along the entire side of the property

The front of the property now also includes a gray stone half wall as well as a black iron gate to allow access to the driveway

The front of the property now also includes a gray stone half wall as well as a black iron gate to allow access to the driveway

A worker pushes a wheelbarrow of materials towards Biden's beach house as a wall is built around the entire property

A worker pushes a wheelbarrow of materials towards Biden’s beach house as a wall is built around the entire property

Plans to put up fencing around Biden’s beach house began in 2021 when the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded a contract for additional security fencing at the president’s private residence on the beach. Delaware.

Since the plan is a government contract, taxpayers will foot the $490,324 bill for the “purchase and installation of security fencing.”

The new price is an increase of nearly $34,000 over the original contract price with Turnstone Holdings, LCC. The reason for the increase is unclear, but inflation hikes and supply chain delays could have hit the project — just as it has hit every other American.

Tall white sections of the non-transparent fence are broken by gray stone pillars that line the sidewalk

Tall white sections of the non-transparent fence are broken by gray stone pillars that line the sidewalk

Biden's Rehoboth beach house is his second favorite place to get away from Washington, D.C. ¿ right after his home in Wilmington, Delaware

Biden’s Rehoboth beach house is his second favorite place to get away from Washington, DC – second only to his home in Wilmington, Delaware

Construction is expected to continue through the summer of this year and be completed in September 2023.

Some residents are happy with the construction. Peter Jenn told a local NBC News affiliate that fencing is important due to the upsurge in attacks on political leaders and their family members.

“Not everyone has the best intentions. If he wants to keep himself and his family safe, he has every right to do so,” Stone said.