Trump’s Win Sparks protest in US cities
After Donald Trump been declared as a Winner for US elections in 2016, thousands of protestors have taken to the streets of several US cities to protest against the election.
Many people were seen shouting slogans, “not my president”. And others were seen burning his effigies.
To maintain the composure, Obama, who has branded Trump “unfit” for office urged all Americans to accept the result of the election.
He said, “We are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country”.
Thousands of people marched on Trump tower in New York, attacking Trump’s policies on immigration, gay rights, and reproductive rights.
In Oakland and California, demonstrators smashed shop windows and threw missiles at riot police. Police in return responded with tear gas.
In Chicago, protestors shouted, “No trump, No KKK, No fascists the USA.”
The Key 101 freeway was shut down in Los Angeles.
Similar cases were witnessed in Portland, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Seattle, Boston and San Francisco.
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