Demonstrators took to the streets in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles Saturday, their grievances aimed squarely at president elect Donald Trump and his policies. More than 600 showed up in LA waving flags and holding signs saying not my president. Organizers are using Facebook to mobilize people across the country.
Crowds have been protesting in major cities since the election results were announced. In New York, they marched to Trump Tower. And even filmmaker Michael Moore showed up.>> So we are not tolerant of some president coming and telling us, you don't belong here. Yes we do.>> And we're out here telling him that he does not have carte blanche to take away our rights.
>> Gatherings have been largely peaceful but tensions are rising. On Friday, one protestor in Portland was shot by an unknown gunman but not mortally wounded. The suspect remains at large. Police used riot gear, tear gas, and rubber bullets to try and tame the crowds, after they smashed windows, sprayed graffiti and damaged cars.
In Oakland, people vandalized shops.>> America was never great.>> Demonstrators say they're angry about Trump's abuse of women.>> Not my president.>> He's vowed to restrict immigration and register Muslims.