On Thursday, for the second day in a row, protestors flooded the streets across the country to express their disapproval against president-elect as their leader.
From New York to Boston, protestors held placards and chanted slogans like, "Not my President, not today."
Most of the protestors were youngsters from colleges, who bunked their classes to express their anger and disappointment about the latest political development in the country.
Earlier reports say around 65 people from various corners of the country courted arrest during anti-Trump protests on Wednesday.
A shooting incident was also reported from Seattle on Wednesday, where one person was seriously injured.
However, police said the incident was not related to the protests.
Many Americans feel that protests against an elected president is not healthy for the democracy.
Even social media sites were talking about these protests. Here are some tweets:
I have zero respect for anyone who voted for Trump. I'm under no obligation to extend an olive branch either. #NotMyPresident— J. Skyler (@jskylerinc) November 11, 2016
if Donald trump can spend the last 8 years treating Obama as if he wasnt president, I can spend the next 4 #notmypresident— Mariah💕 (@MCastilloXO) November 11, 2016