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Violence erupts in Portland ‘riot’ as anti-Trump protests continue in cities across the nation – Washington Post

Washington Post Violence erupts in Portland 'riot' as anti-Trump protests continue in cities across the nationWashington PostPORTLAND, Ore.— Police in Portland declared the city's protests a “riot” Thursday night as throngs shut down streets, smashed windows, vandalized cars and set small fires into the early morning hours as part of a wave of protests in(…)

Donald Trump Reacts to Nationwide Anti-Trump Protests as Portland Police Declare Demonstration a ‘Riot’

President-elect Donald Trump reacted to the second day of nationwide anti-Trump protests on Thursday, November 10, taking to Twitter to express his opinion of the demonstrators and point blame at the media. "Just had a very open and successful presidential election," the real estate mogul, 70, wrote. This article originally appeared on www.usmagazine.com: Donald Trump(…)

Police Clash With Violent Anti-Trump Protesters Across the U.S. as L.A. Freeway Is Shut Down

Anger turned to violence on Wednesday, November 9, as thousands of people unhappy over Donald Trump being elected president stepped out to protest in cities across the U.S., clashing with police in Oakland, California, and even shutting down the busy 101 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles. At least 13 people were This article originally appeared(…)

Anti-Trump delegates now responsible for nominating him – Washington Post

Washington Post Anti-Trump delegates now responsible for nominating himWashington PostThe death threats were starting to get to Constantin Querard. They had been streaming in from Donald Trump supporters, who wanted to know why Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) had won delegates at Arizona's convention even though Trump had won the state.Barack Obama's last campaignCNN5 numbers that(…)