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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.
Reuters photographer, Mario Anzuoni is there.>>
>> 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.
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.
They spent Wednesday lashing out against Trump's pledge to deport people like them.