A German group is sending a not so subtle message to President Trump on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The Wall Against Walls initiative, a project of the Open Society (According to Quartz, the Open Society plans to give the White House a remainder of 2.7 tonnes of the Cold War relic.
The concrete slab will arrive at the White House on Saturday, even though the Trump government is unlikely to accept it because it contains a letter reminding the president of "America's commitment to building a world without walls."
"We want one thing for you The last parts of the failed Berlin Wall commemorating the devotion of the United States to the construction of a world without walls, "it says in the letter apparently painted on the concrete fragment signed by the Citizens of Berlin.
US MESSAGE IN BERLIN TO SIGN UP RONALD REAGAN BEFORE THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AUTUMN OF THE BERLIN WALL
The site of the group offers visitors the opportunity to visit de n letter to sign to Trump. On Friday afternoon, the letter had collected around 1
In an obvious allegation against Trump's immigration policy, the letter stated how people died as they attempted to cross the Soviet Wall – "their only crime was their desire to be free."
"Today, the party celebrates World is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall Germany is reunited and in Berlin only a few scattered pieces remind us that no wall holds forever ", they say.  BERLIN WALL'S FALLS OF TRIGGERS MEMORIES FROM GERMAN NUNS THAT HAVE INFRINGED TRUE TRIALS
"For decades, the United States has played an important role in the elimination of this wall – from John F. Kennedy to Ronald Reagan, the US Presidents have fought against it, and we want to give you one of the last pieces of the failed Berlin Wall to commemorate the United States commitment to building a wall-less world. "
Trump's Wall was one of his top campaigns and became a symbol of his immigration policy. It is also a major source of tensions between him and the Congressional Democrats and served as a sticking point when the government closed in late 2018.
On Saturday, the GDR government celebrates its 30th anniversary and proclaims the border between communist East Berlin and the democratic West Berlin, which was demarcated by the Berlin Wall, was open.
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The Brandenburg Gate on the East Berlin side of the Wall formed the backdrop for the famous speech of President Ronald Reagan in 1987 when he asked the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to continue the reforms he had initiated.
"If you want liberalization, come here to this gate," Reagan said. "Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall."
Frank Miles and the Associated Press of Fox News have contributed to this report.