- In several US cities are Friday (local time) for the third day in a row, people took to the streets to protest against the election of Donald Trump as president. demonstrators gathered in New York once again on Washington Square and the Trump Tower, the three upper floors serve as a planned home of the vastgoedmagnaat.Meerdere demonstrations
For the skyscraper on Fifth Avenue and some other famous buildings of Trump as the newly opened Trump International Hotel near the White House, placed police barricades.
In include Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Los Angeles were also protests. Unlike Thursday's demonstrations proceeded peacefully.
For Saturday and Sunday are planned several demonstrations, including in New York and Los Angeles. On January 20, the day that Trump is inaugurated, a protest will take place in the capital Washington.
Debutant in national politics in the meantime has resulted in confusion about his position on the protesters. Friday Trump tweeted: 'Love the fact that small groups of demonstrators last night's show passion for our great country. We will all come together and be proud! '
This entry was striking because the future occupant of the White House Thursday night had criticized the protesters, who he called 'professional protesters, spurred by the media.'\n \n \n advertisement
Reince Priebus, foreman the Republican National Committee, acknowledged Friday that it was an exciting race between Trump and Clinton, but that the protesters must abide by Trumps victory.