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>> No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!>> A fifth day of protests planned for Sunday against President-elect Donald Trump. Crowds expected in several cities including New York and Oakland, California. After thousands of angry demonstrators marched Saturday night from Los Angeles to Chicago to Worcester, Massachusetts.>> Everything he says is a lie.
He's a big clown, he's a TV. It's a TV person it's not real.>> One protestor was shot but not seriously injured Saturday in Portland, Oregon,>> No, it's being shot in the air, someone got shot.>> Where more than 20 people were arrested, thousands decrying Trump's campaign promises to restrict immigration, register muslims, as well as, allegations he sexually abused women.
>> We're not making nice with Donald Trump, because he insulted me, he insulted members of my family, people I care about. The fight is on. This is not stopping. This will happen, day in and day out for the next four years.>> Trump taking to Twitter, not to calm voters, or condemn the many reports of hate crimes since his win, but to chastise the New York Times saying quote, the New York Times sent a letter to their subscribers apologizing for their bad coverage of me.
I wonder if it will change, doubt it. The newspaper published a letter in Sunday's editions not apologizing, but thanking readers for their loyalty and asking how news outlets underestimated support for Trump.