WASHINGTON — Marchers protesting Donald Trump’s election as president chanted and carried signs in front of the Trump International Hotel in Washington Wednesday.
Local media outlets broadcast video Wednesday night showing a peaceful crowd in front of the new downtown hotel. Many chanted “No racist USA, no trump, no KKK.”
Another group stood outside the White House. They held candles, listened to speeches and sang songs.
Earlier Wednesday, protesters at American University burned U.S. flags on campus.
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