"Build the Wall" was one of the rallying cries of the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.
After various fights in Congress, the Trump team could claim at the beginning of 2020 that
Pres. Trump’s Administration crossed the 100-mile mark, with 100 miles of wall built.
Whether or not this is an impressive achievement, whether or not the 2016 promise is fulfilled, are subjective questions and beyond the scope of this website.
There are other portions of the wall being erected or scheduled. Indeed,
the administration expects (...) to finish 509 miles of new barrier by August 2021.
It also means that there are thousands of kilometers of US-Mexico border where there is no wall today, and won't be in August 2021.
As a consequence, I would have imagined the 2020 Trump campaign to boast about what has already been built and to announce further constructions in case of re-election.
Yet Trump didn't say a word on this subject during the first presidential debate. His campaign's online platform has a lot to say about immigration:
END ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION AND PROTECT AMERICAN WORKERS
Block Illegal Immigrants from Becoming Eligible for Taxpayer-Funded Welfare, Healthcare, and Free College Tuition
Mandatory Deportation for Non-Citizen Gang Members
Dismantle Human Trafficking Networks
End Sanctuary Cities to Restore our Neighborhoods and Protect our Families
Prohibit American Companies from Replacing United States Citizens with Lower-Cost Foreign Workers
Require New Immigrants to Be Able to Support Themselves Financially
But I couldn't find any mention of the wall.
Has Trump's campaign made any statement about its plans to keep building a wall at the Mexican border if Trump is reelected, beyond what is already scheduled for August 2021 by its administration? If yes, at what speed? Have they set any goal in term of mileage of wall to achieve before 2024?