20000 in Mexico City protest Donald Trump's border policies

Mexicans to stage largest protests against Trump and his border wall plan

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The march, which was themed around the idea of unity, included about 20,000 protesters.

Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in more than a dozen cities in Mexico on Sunday to protest against U.S. President Donald Trump.

On the 2016 campaign trail, Trump pledged to deport 2 million to 3 million undocumented immigrants with criminal records. Trump has also pressured US corporations to provide jobs in the United States, not Mexico.

The president also signed an executive order ending the "catch and release" policy, which allowed those who were caught crossing the border illegally to return to Mexico without being detained.

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After that, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto called off his visit to the United States.

The proposal has been a flashpoint of criticism here.

The Los Angeles Times reported that one sign read: "Trump, pay for your own wall!" This is Albert Saint Jean, a Haitian-American fellow with the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, addressing Mayor Bill de Blasio at the protest Saturday. Big March there today to #resist Trump. "The problem in Mexico is that our leaders have robbed so much that we now have little left to fight back against Trump and his policies".

Because of the Donald Trump effect, at least 12,000 Mexicans have lost their jobs at US companies based in the border town of Ciudad Juarez between November and December, La Jornada reported on Tuesday.