The designer behind the Trump campaign’s border fence is worried about his fellow women designers.
Melanie Pecora, who also designed the presidential campaign’s “wall of love” in November, said the campaign is working to make the design of the wall more inclusive.
Pecora’s designs are also part of a larger effort by Trump to appeal to female voters.
Her campaign recently released a poll asking them what they liked about Trump, with the answers reflecting a general preference for women, women, and women, Trump, who is running for president, said in an interview.
“I know it’s not the only one,” Pecoras spokeswoman Natalie Buell said.
“I think there’s a lot of women that are really upset that we haven’t done a better job.”
The design of Trump’s wall is still being designed.
It’s the third phase of construction.
In August, Trump signed an executive order to begin construction on the project, which will include about 700 miles of fencing and wall that will be constructed along the Mexican border.
Pecoras designs are part of the process, but she said she’s worried about her fellow designers.
“It’s a very dangerous thing to be doing,” Peca said.
“If we can’t get the word out to all women, it could get to a point where they don’t feel safe.”