A recurring theme throughout the presidential campaign was Donald Trump’s promise to build a wall along the border with Mexico, and to get them to pay for it.  Last week, Bristol County sheriff Thomas Hodgson (@BCSO1) came up with one idea to help defray the costs of the multi-billion dollar project—sending prison inmates from his facility in North Dartmouth to work as part of the construction crew.  Jim Braude (@jimbraude) talked to the Sheriff tonight about how this concept would work, as well as Eva Milona (@EvaMillona), executive director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Coalition, about the feasibility and ethics of this idea.