By Gina Cherelus and Ian Simpson of Reuters via MSN.com
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, Nov 10 (Reuters) – Demonstrators took to streets across the country for a second day on Thursday to protest Republican Donald Trump’s election victory, voicing worries that Trump would strike a blow against civil rights.
Trump’s marquee buildings in New York and Washington were targets of protesters, and police put up security fences around the president-elect’s hotel in Washington, not far from the White House, and shielded New York’s Trump Tower with a line of concrete blocks.
About 100 protesters marched from the White House, where Trump had his first transition meeting with President Barack Obama on Thursday, to the newly opened Trump International Hotel, chanting “love Trumps hate.”
“This generation deserves better than Donald Trump,” said Lily Morton, 17, marching with about 100 classmates from the Georgetown Day School. “The queer people, colored people, women, girls, everyone that is going to be affected by this, we need to protest to help them.”
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