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>> Americans shocked and upset about Donald Trump's widely unexpected win, taking to the streets Wednesday in cities across the country.>> Not my President.>> They gather from coast to coast. Tens of thousands marching in New York, shutting down Fifth Avenue, some congregating outside Trump Tower. In DC, a vigil outside the house that Trump will soon occupy, and outrage in California.
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Reuters photographer, Mario Anzuoni is there.>>
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>> I'm marching with about 3000 people, on the streets of downtown LA. Protestors marching against Donald Trump. They burned a huge pinata on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall.>> Earlier, Wednesday, students in the San Francisco bay area walked out to make their frustration heard.
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At Berkeley known for its activist tradition a silent sit in followed by an angry march. And the nations heart land from Texas to Iowa to North Carolina largely peaceful demonstration watched over by a wary police force. Among the protestors, some so called dreamers. Children who is undocumented parents entered the U.S. with them illegally.
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They spent Wednesday lashing out against Trump's pledge to deport people like them.