LOS ANGELES - Monday is the day the US 538 electors of the Electoral College officially for (or against) Donald Trump votes as the new president. Normally, that election fairly unscathed, but this time is different. It is questionable whether the electors have to vote for Trump. To influence their opinion was on Sunday (local time) have demonstrated against Trump.
In Los Angeles, about two thousand people went to the streets to protest against the election of Trump first man from the United States. This coincided with International Migrants Day, designated by the United Nations to draw attention to the situation of refugees.
One of the protesting people is a migrant who Donald Trump wants to tell ' immigrants help to grow the economy. We really want anything for free. '
Congress will officially announce the Electoral College, the outcome of the elections on January 6th. The new US president is sworn in on January 20.