“It’s a mix of scared, angry, overwhelmed and helpless in a way,” Menjivar said at the rally.
“I do consider myself and American. Although this country did not give birth to me it saw me grow,” Bello said. “We pay taxes, social security.. health care. We really aren’t here to take anything away from anyone.
Bello said she would be lost if she were deported to Mexico, a foreign country to her.
“I don’t know my family in Mexico…although I speak Spanish at home, it’s Spanglish," she said. "It’s not really Spanish.
Not present at the rally, people who support the President’s decision.
“We are very happy with that. That was a campaign promise and we feel that was part of what got Donald Trump elected to President and we are glad to see that he is fulfilling his campaign promise and doing away with the unconstitutional DACA program,” Jeff Schwilk, founder of San Diegans for Secure Borders said.