More than 1,000 people showed up in front of the White House in the early hours of Wednesday morning rallying against the a future administration the Republican nominee, reported by Fox.
Some demonstrators reportedly began chanting “F--k Donald Trump.”
Many of those in attendance appeared to be from nearby colleges. Others in the crowd were protesting Trump’s immigration policies. A group of about 20 Black Lives Matter supporters were also interspersed in the crowd at one point.
Hundreds of protesters poured onto Bay Area streets of in downtown Oakland minutes after Donald Trump was declared the 45th president of the United States early Wednesday morning, blocking freeways, lighting fires and chanting, "Not our president" and "F--- Trump", according to NBC.
Protesters also burned Trump effigies, smashed windows of the Oakland Tribune newsroom, and set tires, trash and newspaper stands on fire in Oakland and Berkeley. The disturbance also forced BART officials to shut down the 12th Street Oakland City Center station.
Protests erupted overnight at UCLA, UC Irvine and in Northern California after Donald Trump was projected to be the next president of the United States, taking to the hallways and streets chanting "(expletive) Donald Trump," among other things, reported by ABC7.
As it was reported earlier, Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. The Republican nominee has achieved one of the most improbable political victories in modern US history.