One day after an anti-Donald Trump march through downtown Los Angles, demonstrators march in Hollywood to protest the president-elect. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Demonstrators on Sunday (November 13) took to the streets for a fifth straight day to protest the election of Donald Trump as president. Crowds marched in Hollywood, California, carrying signs with slogans such as, "say no to hate." Protests were also scheduled for Sunday afternoon in New York City and Oakland, California, according to online announcements. Chanting "Not my president" and "love trumps hate," people marched in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and elsewhere on Saturday, saying Trump threatens their civil and human rights. Civil rights groups have monitored violence against U.S. minorities since Trump's win, citing reports of attacks on women in Islamic head scarves, of racist graffiti and of bullying of immigrant children. They have called on Trump to denounce the attacks. Kellyanne Conway, Trump's campaign manager, said on Fox News on Sunday that she was sure many of the protesters were paid professionals, though she offered no proof.