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>> Down with fascism!>> Demonstrators again rallying in Washington D.C., New York City and Chicago over the weekend, to protest the policy proposals of President-elect Donald Trump and the man himself.>> No Donald Trump! No KKK! No fascist USA!>> Three blocks away from the White House, protesters gathered outside in alt-right event where white nationalists reportedly celebrated Trump's victory.
A man emerging from the building where that event was being held, scuffeled with several protesters coming away with a bloody gash on his head after the altercation. In New York City, demonstrators, some of them topless with signs and buttons saying Not My President, marched from Queens to 5th Avenue and shouted at Trump Tower.
The President-elect spent the weekend in Bedminster, New Jersey. Ever since Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, large protests have erupted in several US cities. Some political pundits warning that protests against Trump before he even takes office can potentially delegitimize future protests when Trump actually begins making policy decisions.