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Watch a 1950s TV villain named 'Trump' try to con people into building a wall

Mashable Thursday, 10 January 2019
While President Donald Trump traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday to lobby for support of his border wall plan, the internet was buzzing about a 60-year-old clip from an old TV Western that features a villain named Trump pitching an idea for a wall to protect the townspeople. 

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The drama over the border wall is nothing new. CBS saw it coming 60 years ago. The show “Trackdown” chronicled the daring exploits of a Texas Ranger. In one episode, he came across a man named Trump who was trying to con people into building a “wall” to protect them from pending destruction.

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