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Thousands March in U.S. Cities in 4th Day Anti-Trump Protests

Thousands March in U.S.  Cities in 4th Day Anti-Trump Protests

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES - Thousands of people took to the streets on Saturday in major cities across the United States in a fourth day of protests against the election of Donald Trump to be the 45 president.
The "we reject the president-elect" chant echoed far and wide again in New York City Saturday, as thousands of angry New Yorkers protested against Trump's win in Tuesday's presidential election.
The protesters, most of them young people, gathered at Union Square in force and soon marched towards the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, residence and campaign headquarters of the real estate mogul and reality show star turned politician.
Holding signs "Love trumps hate" and "Not my president," demonstrators filled the busy avenue famous for its high-end retail stores for almost fifty city blocks and cut off through traffic.
The police force of the city was on high alert, barricading the entrance of Trump Tower and many storefronts in case the protest turns violent.
"We are not trying to change the result, but to express our discontent and anger for this mistake made by many uninformed voters," said protester Chris Wells.
"This man is totally unqualified to be our president and I fear for our future," he added.(Xinhua)