Washington, Nov 17: Ever since Donald Trump was announced as the President-elect, there have been massive protests across US. In several parts, there were incidents of violence reported from such protests.
Anti-Trump protests broke out after Trump won the US Presidential elections, with several disagreeing and saying that he was not fit to be the president.
Students, immigrants, women and many protested against Trump and his policies. Protestors are upset with Trump's policies on LGBT issues, immigrants, health care and other.
Protests flared in areas like Portland, Oakland, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Chicago. Minorities and immigrants too joined the protests and said that they were scared. Trump had announced, post his win, that he would deport 3 million illegal immigrants. This set panic among immigrants who took to the streets.
Here are some images from the protests:
People protest in Las Vegas
Protesters against President-elect Donald Trump march along the Las Vegas Strip. Tens of thousands of people marched in streets across the United States protesting against Trump.
Students protest against Donald Trump
People protest on the University of Connecticut campus against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President.
Security stepped up near Trump tower after protests
New York City Police guard the front of Trump Tower, in New York, after protests erupted against Donald Trump.
Students protest in Los Angeles
More than a thousand students from several schools on Los Angeles‚ mostly from Hispanic east side marched out of classes shortly after they began in a protest against Donald Trump.
Protests turn violent in Oakland
President-elect Donald Trump's victory set off multiple protests. Such scenes were common in Oakland soon after Trump won.