Donald Trump election win sparks protests in US cities

Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of many America cities to protest against the election of Donald Trump.

Others burned orange-haired effigies of the businessman. several yelled the saying “Not my president”.

After securing a surprise victory over Hillary Clinton, Mr Donald Trump can become the forty fifth United States of America president.

Mr Obama urged all Americans to just accept the results of Tuesday’s election.

He is due to meet current White House incumbent Barack Obama for talks aimed toward ensuring a smooth transition.

He said, “We are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country.”

Mr Trump had to be given a “chance to lead” Defeated Mrs Clinton also told supporters.

Protesters gathered in many cities across the country.

The new york Times according, Fifteen people were arrested. Thousands marched on Trump Tower, voicing their opposition to Mr Donald Trump’s policies on immigration, gay rights and reproductive rights.

According to local media, a mass anti-Trump rally shut down a key freeway close to the city, In l. a. .

Police earlier erected concrete barriers and different security measures outside the fifth Avenue skyscraper.

Chanting: “No kkk, No Trump, No Fascists USA” and “Not my president!” Crowds blocked the entrance to Trump Tower.

Demonstrations also took place in Philadelphia, Seattle, boston and san francisco, among different cities. american flags were burned at some protests and in Oregon, Portland, demonstrators temporarily closed an interstate main road.

After an acrimonious election contest, and to be “president for all Americans” In his victory speech within the early hours of Wednesday, Mr Trump vowed to “bind the injuries of division.”