Residents Protest Arrival Of Migrants In Tijuana, Mexico

Protesters in Mexico spoke out against Central American migrants arriving in their city.
Posted at 9:19 PM, Nov 19, 2018

On Sunday, residents of Tijuana, Mexico, protested against the arrival of thousands of Central American migrants.

Some protesters held signs that said "stop the invasion" and "Mexico first" while they chanted for the migrants to leave the country.

The thousands of migrants traveling through Mexico plan to seek asylum in the U.S. One group of about 200 migrants left El Salvador over the weekend.

Meanwhile, Politico reports all of the nearly 6,000 troops President Trump deployed to the southern border for increased security are expected to end their mission and return home by mid-December.

Additional reporting by Newsy affiliate CNN.