From coast to coast, demonstrators denounced Donald Trump for U.S. President. Angela Moore reports.
They came by the thousands - From coast to coast - Protesters flooded the streets of New York, Los Angeles and various cities in between to denounce the election of Donald Trump. SOUNDBITE: Tranh Eng, New York protester, saying (English): "What makes me so angry is that this is a man who sees through his words, through his actions, sees women as nothing more than sex toys. I just cannot believe that he is qualified to be our leader. He's not my president." SOUNDBITE: Tom DiPietro, protester, saying (English): "It's unfathomable. I'm having a hard time accepting it. So I'm here commiserating with my fellow Americans trying to figure out what the heck is going on, how did this happen?" SOUNDBITE: Jose Alvarez, protester, saying (English): "This is the first time I feel my survival has been threatened. Period." Even in the U.S. heartland, protesters gathered at the state house in Indianapolis. Holding signs, U.S. flags and banners, demonstrators vowed to keep fighting. For the most part, the protests were peaceful, but there were some arrests.