Mass riots have been breaking out across America as angry students take to the streets following Donald Trump’s election as president.
Hillary Clinton supporters were heard chanting f**k Trump as they marched down the streets of the University of Oregon, some setting fire to the American flag as they marched. It wasn’t just students at Oregon participating, at least 500 people took to the streets close to the UCLA campus in LA on following news of Trump’s victory.
In Oakland, California, an effigy of Trump got burned, while the streets of San Fransico became swarmed with a sea of angry Clinton supporters.
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While students took to the streets chanting “Not my president!”, smaller demonstrations occurred neighborhoods across Berkeley, Irvine and Davis and at San Jose State.
Pro-Clinton and Trump supporters clashed across major cities within moments of the results being released, while fights broke out in New York City’s Times Square as tempers flared.
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Meanwhile, in Chicago, some 1,800 people gathered outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower, yelling “No Trump! No KKK! No racist USA!”
Civilians of Philadelphia, Seattle and Boston have also taken to streets to share their angst.
Madonna, Lady Gaga, Smantha Ronson and Cher have joined protesters against Donald Trump’s election win, while #LoveTrumpsHate goes viral across social media platforms.
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Protests are set to take place today outside the US Embassy in London.