Two Trump administration officials are paying a visit to the US-Mexico border, defending the President's immigration policies.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the border wall will be the final affirmation that the "illegality is over" and he's calling for it to be built quickly:
(Sessions) "When you have fewer people enter, then you have fewer people to detain, fewer people to lock up."
Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly are making the trip together, with stops in San Diego and El Paso. It's unclear whether they'll meet with local officials.
Some local immigration advocates in San Diego have complained about a lack of facetime with Trump administration officials in border towns.
In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.