By Christopher Ingraham for The Washington Post. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is welcomed to the stage by Maine Gov. Paul LePage at campaign stop on March 3 in Portland, Maine. (Robert F. Bukaty/AP)
At a speech today with Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R), Republican front-runner Donald Trump blamed lax southern border security for the state’s heroin problem and claimed his planned border wall would be the solution.
“The wall is gonna stop drugs coming into Maine, New Hampshire,” the presidential candidate told the crowd.