Central Americans in limbo at Mexico’s border city of Tijuana told Reuters on Thursday Dec. 3rd that they are confident in crossing into the United States, despite President Donald Trump pushing for added security and a border wall in a stand-off that has seen the shutdown of the U.S. government. Rough cut – no reporter narration.
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