YUMA, Ariz. - The President landed in Yuma on Tuesday with the intention of getting a better look at the resources Customs and Border Protection use in order to secure the Southern Border.
News 11 got exclusive access of the President's visit by following him through his tour with CBP officials.
The President saw first-hand the people and tools "restoring law and order" to the Southern Border.
He met with representatives of all three CBP branches, including the Air and Marine Operations, Yuma Sector Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection.
President Trump also confirmed the purpose of his visit during Tuesday's rally in Phoenix. Moreover, he said he still plans to build a wall along the U.S./Mexico border.