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THE deadline has passed for companies to propose designs for Donald Trump’s promised wall along the border between the US and Mexico.
The bids will undoubtedly deliver on Mr Trump’s promise of “big”, but whether or not they’re “beautiful” really is in the eye of the beholder.
The government won’t officially identify bidders until contracts are awarded in June, but a number of companies have released details of their bids independently.
Here are some of the most outlandish:
1. NUCLEAR WASTE
Clayton Industries Incorporated of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, proposes storing nuclear waste along the wall in trenches that are at least 30 metres deep.
Money already collected by the US Department of Energy from people who benefit from nuclear power would help pay for the wall.
The bid includes an option for hardware to convert the nuclear waste to energy.