Crowds of Mexican’s took part in the protest which took place in Mexico City on Friday, the day of President Trump’s inauguration.
President Trump remains loyal to building a wall along the Mexican border, which he promised would be paid for by the Mexican’s in the lead up to the US election.
Some Mexican’s were outraged by the election victory of billionaire Mr Trump and made their displeasure clear as they burned two effigies of him.
In the footage the demonstrators can be seen setting fire to the effigies of Mr Trump before they set one on fire and pulled it up a flag poll.
Mexican protesters burn Trump effigy in anger as the billionaire becomes US President
What Mexicans are saying to Trump is that we do not agree with the construction of the wall
Once the effigy fell to the floor one protester picked it up with a stick before holding it up in the air as it went up in flames.
Crowds gathered round the man as the figure symbolising President Donald Trump burned.
The Mexican’s also built a fake wall, which was made out of boxes and was placed along the embassy’s perimeter.
They then dragged the wall to the floor as the Mexican’s trampled on it in reference to Mr Trump’s border control plans.
Thousands of people across the globe have taken part in protests against President Trump who spoke at his inauguration yesterday.
He said: “Today’s ceremony has very special meaning. We are not just transferring power from one party to another.
Donald Trump effigy is burned in Mexico moments after a fake wall was knocked down in protest
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Police and demonstrators clash in downtown Washington after a limo was set on fire.
“We are transferring power from Washington DC and giving it back to you, the people.”
One protester was furious with Mr Trump’s plan’s to build the wall and fumed over why Mexican’s will not pay for the wall which has been suggested.
The demonstrator told Sky News: “We are against the construction of the wall and we're marching because the Mexican government has not faced up to Donald Trump's threats like the people have wanted.
“The (Trump) government says that Mexicans are going to pay for the building of the wall. What Mexicans are saying to Trump is that we do not agree with the construction of the wall.”