Trump protests continue
NEW YORK - Protesters continue to speak out against the election of Donald Trump as the next president. On Sunday, thousands demonstrated for another day in cities like Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In Philadelphia, several hundred people marched around City Hall and then down Market Street to Independence Mall. A protest that began in the afternoon in Manhattan extended into the evening.
Trump is also telling his own supporters to stop the harrassment. "President-elect Donald Trump is demanding that any of his supporters who are harassing people or destroying property "stop it." He tells CBS's "60 Minutes" that he is "saddened" to hear that is happening. He says, "I will say it right to the cameras: Stop it."
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