He said Mexican consulates in the United States have received at least three times as many daily phone calls from anxious citizens there as before news of possible ramped-up deportations under Trump.
The confrontation has stoked patriotic pride in Mexico, where United States companies like Starbucks, Coca-Cola and McDonald's are the targets of boycott campaigns and many people have taken to putting the Mexican flag in their profile pictures on social media.
People also protested in several other Mexican cities, such as Tijuana, Monterrey and Morelia.
Trump signed an executive order last month calling for construction to begin on the border wall, a signature campaign promise that he has vowed Mexico will pay for - even as the Republican-controlled Congress makes plans to initially fund the wall with US tax money.
Trump has said he wants to renegotiate NAFTA, calling the deal one-sided and blaming it for gutting US manufacturing.
The march also featured many signs supporting Mexican migrants living in the United States.
Irene Aguilar, a university professor, said the main message of the marchers was to show the unity of Mexicans in the face of adversity. An internal Department of Homeland Security report last week estimated the cost of the wall would be more than $21 billion, way higher than Trump's estimate of $8 billion to $12 billion. We'll have more on the immigration raids nationwide later in the broadcast.
Mexico sends 80 percent of its exports to the USA, almost $300bn in goods in 2015.
In January following Trump's inauguration, Peña Nieto canceled his trip to Washington, D.C, over Trump's insistence Mexico pay for a new border wall.
Trump, who launched his presidential campaign calling Mexican immigrants "criminals" and "rapists", has infuriated the US' southern neighbour.
The Oakville, Ontario-based company's total revenue rose about 5 per cent to $1.11-billion and was almost in line with estimates. The company expects to open the first locations in some of those markets this year, said chief financial officer Josh Kobza.
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Martosko said he wasn't sure whether Trump had the earpiece in earlier, during the beginning of the press conference. The Justice Department said in a statement it is "considering its options" in response to Thomas' request.
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He revealed some of the terrorist attacks that the press hadn't written about. 'It is real , ' Spicer says. Spicer didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on his portrayal. "Duh, 'that isn't real ".
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After Oakley's arrest, Dolan suggested Oakley might have an alcohol problem, which the former Knicks forward denied. Oakley was arrested and charged with three misdemeanor counts of assault and one misdemeanor count of trespassing.
Guardiola also underlined the club's firm stance over the future of striker Sergio Aguero. "I don't want to sell him". Guardiola has preferred to go with a front three of Jesus, Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling in recent games.
Swansea's resurgence under manager of the month Paul Clement has provided an unlikely win over Liverpool and a point-worthy performance during last Sunday's unfortunate 2-1 defeat at Manchester City.
German economy grows moderately in last quarter of 2016
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Massive Cheese Recall In Progress Due To Listeria
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Protest draws foes, fans to Planned Parenthood in Detroit
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Sears, Kmart drop 31 types of Trump products
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