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Internet brutally mocks Trump after he claims the wall worked in San Antonio — which is nowhere near border

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Donald Trump speaks to Fox News (screen grab)

On Saturday, President Donald Trump cited the city of San Antonio as a place where a border wall has been effective.

The problem: The central Texas city is more than 150 miles from the closest border crossing and, as such, has no wall.

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Trump’s geography mistake was pounced on by proud Texans who brutally mocked the president’s error online and in Texas media.

Here are some of the best tweets on the subject.

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