Ovidio Guzmán, nicknamed “the Mouse,” had not been one of El Chapo’s better-known sons until an aborted operation to capture him three years ago.
Former drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán fled the Culiacan home in 2014 when Mexican marines had him surrounded. Its current value is $183,000.
"This would be an indirect way to make Mexico pay for it," said Steve Doocy.
The senator urged lawmakers to pass his legislation to use the drug lord's fortune to build the barrier.
Mexican drug lord "El Chapo" was convicted of running an industrial-scale smuggling operation and is facing life in prison.
The drug kingpin had been held in Mexico after tunneling out of a maximum-security prison.
Judge Vicente Bermudez handled several legal challenges lodged by powerful drug kingpins.