Anti-Donald Trump Protests Intensify Post-Election

The number of hate crimes in the United States has rising sharply and protestors shut down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., to protest the president-elect.
1:51 | 11/16/16

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There has been a spike in hate crimes across the country since election day with more than 400 incidents reported in the last week as more anti-Trump protests break out and Mary Bruce is in Washington with those details for us. Good morning, Mary. Reporter: Robin, good morning. Well, this is where it all started. Students walking out of class yesterday gathering here outside of the trump hotel to March across this city, make their voices heard. Whkt ch Reporter: Taking to the streets and hundreds of students raising concerns about the new administration. We want to let Donald Trump know that he cannot divide us with his racism, sexism, all that bigotry. Reporter: The crowd shutting down Pennsylvania avenue, blocking the Lincoln memorial. We want to come together and show that we are strong and that our voice matters. Reporter: At the back of this protest ee wean found trump supporters. I think they're justified to an extent. I mean some of the stuff trump said on the campaign trail was definitely very polarizing and I think they should give trump a chance. Reporter: Intimidation and harassment has grown dramatically to a billboard in California, the number of hate crime incidents doubling since last Friday. According to the southern poverty law center more than 400 incidents in the past week. Four types more than the average. Many but not all of the incidents making reference to Donald Trump. Now, when asked about these incidents trump said point blank he told his supporters to stop it. But many say he's not doing enough and the protesters we spoke with yesterday fear this could just be the beginning. Robin. And, Mary, looking at some of those from yesterday they're too young to vote but yet they still want to be out there. Reporter: Yeah, many of them definitely underage, too young to vote but still said they feel their future is at risk and felt it's very important their voices be heard. We'll move on to that deadly

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