American billionaire Donald trump, the presidential election of former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, praised demonstrators protesting against his election. They are, in his opinion, showed indifference to the fate of the country. While still less than 24 hours ago, trump announced that the protests paid for.
“I am encouraged by the fact that last night a small group of protesters came out to show their concern for our great state. We all unite and be proud,” wrote the next US President on his page in Twitter.
Journalists drew attention to the fact that more recently, trump was completely different opinion about the protesters. “Just passed open and successful presidential elections. Now the professional protesters, podrachivaya media, protesting. Very unfair!” – wrote trump in the same social network.
Earlier the police of the American city Portland (Oregon) has described the riots as a protest against the election trump President of the United States. Have coalsales that the protest is viewed as the riots in connection with mass violations of the law and dangerous behavior of the demonstrators. According to AP, the action was attended by about 4 thousand people.
According to police, protesters armed with stones from the construction site. They break Windows of buildings and shop Windows, causing damage to the vehicles hinder the traffic on the roads, set fire to trash cans and thrown into police various items. Law enforcement authorities warned that the laws of the state of these conditions is a criminal offence, and asked the protesters to disperse. Passers-by encouraged to avoid the area of the action.
Demonstrations and spontaneous protests were held in several districts of the United States. Thousands of protesters gathered on Wednesday evening in Manhattan in new York, shouting the slogan: “Not our President!” Near Central Park and the Trump Tower skyscraper, was arrested 60 demonstrators.
In Chicago, about a thousand people staged a demonstration outside the Trump International Hotel, which is owned by the President-elect. They chanted “No to Trump! No Ku Klux Klan! No to racism in the United States!”
Protests were also held in Seattle (Washington), Los Angeles (California), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Portland (Oregon), Boston (Massachusetts), Austin (Texas) and other cities of the country. In Los Angeles, and Portland protesters blocked the motorway.