A video of American activists and activists circulated for a moment the collapse of the wall, which was established by a decision by US President Donald Trump on the US-Mexican border to prevent irregular immigrants from entering the United States.

According to the video, which was circulated on social media, part of the wall collapsed as a result of Hurricane "Hana", which yesterday caused severe damage in the coast of southern Texas, where it overturned giant trucks, dropped lighting poles, and toppled rooftops that were threatened by floods. Stormy in an area already affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Trumps border wall falling over in high winds… pic.twitter.com / zHHUxvHWDS

- Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) July 27, 2020

Anti-Trump tweets ridiculed what they saw as the poor construction of the wall, which they called the "Trump Wall", and some of them ironically commented on the video saying that "Mexico could be asked to return its money."

Guess the wall is on brand with Trump steaks and Trump casino and Trump university. Only taxpayers paid for this flimsy POS. https://t.co/0J4usTqwJL

- Randi Person Woman Man Camera TV Singer (@rmayemsinger) July 27, 2020

In the clip, workers appeared to be trying to repair or fix what had been destroyed of the wall, but the force of the hurricane and the accompanying winds prevented them from doing so.

Mexico may ask for its money back. Oh, wait…. https://t.co/UWQHMapYta

- Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) July 27, 2020

Some opponents of the project compared what they described as a weak wall and products of Trump's subsidiaries, noting that taxpayers bear the cost of these things.

@realDonaldTrump I BUILD THE BEST WALLS ITS WHAT I DO https://t.co/j7O82YAZsV

- Glenn Hammond (@ GlennHammond13) July 27, 2020