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NOT THEIR PRESIDENT

Where thousands across the US protested following Trump’s victory

Trump Protests New York
AP Photo/Julie Jacobson
Protestors poured into the streets in Manhattan on Wednesday night.
  • Johnny Simon
By Johnny Simon

Deputy Photo Editor

Published This article is more than 2 years old.

Thousands protested across the United States last night, Nov. 9, following business mogul Donald Trump’s election to the US presidency.

Demonstrations erupted in several large cities, which had voted predominantly for Hillary Clinton in the Nov. 8 election. Crowds chanting “Not my president” amassed outside Trump properties in Chicago and New York City, while large groups blocked traffic on the Hollywood 101 Freeway in Los Angeles. Protestors denounced the Republican president-elect as a racist and sexist in signs and songs.

New York City

AP Photo/Julie Jacobson
Protesters demonstrate on Fifth Avenue outside Trump Tower.
AP Photo/Julie Jacobson
Protesters march along 57th Street in Manhattan.
Reuters/Andrew Kelly
Protesters outside Trump Tower.

Seattle, Washington

AP Photo/Ted S. Warren
Hundreds of protesters march through Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Chicago, Illinois

Getty Images/John Gress
Demonstrators protest on top of a bus outside of the Trump Tower in Chicago.

Washington, DC

Reuters/Kevin Lamarque
A young boy stands with other anti-Trump demonstrators during a candlelight vigil in front of the White House in Washington.

Los Angeles, California

Reuters/Mario Anzuoni
Demonstrators take over the Hollywood 101 Freeway in Los Angeles.

Boston, Massachusetts

AP Photo/Charles Krupa
Hundreds protest in opposition of Donald Trump’s presidential election victory on Boston.

Oakland, California

Reuters/Noah Berger
Kimmy, who declined to give a last name, rallies with protesters in Oakland.

Dallas, Texas

AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez
People gather to listen to speakers as they protest President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.

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