Transcript for Nation Divided as Protesters Take to the Streets in Several Major Cities
Americans across the country are marching in a fifth day of protest, this was the scene in Los Angeles. One city where the demonstrations against the president-elect continued today. Like the election itself, Americans remain bitterly divided, with some trump supporters pushing back. Here's Ron Claiborne. Reporter: In Indianapolis, police clashing with anti-Trump demonstrators. In Portland, Oregon, they used pepper spray on protesters, one person shot and wounded by another civilian. Someone got shot! Reporter: All across the county they turned out by the thousands. And today, another large gathering here in New York City. I need everybody to know that this is not just politics. This is life and death for me and my friends. Reporter: Since election day there have been daily protests here in New York City, this one starting outside the trump international hotel across the street from central park, the demonstrators heading to trump tower. Where Donald Trump lives. This protestor admitted he didn't even vote. No, I didn't vote out of principle. Reporter: And the principle was what? The principle was the working class has to organize itself independently. Reporter: But you're unhappy with the result of the election you didn't take part in? Ride? Yeah. Reporter: Polling data show that in some key states, many people who did cast ballots skipped voting for president. In Wisconsin, 45,000 more people voted for senator than for president. Trump won by 27,000 votes. Trump supporters on Twitter are responding to the ongoing protests with #dearliberals. Wrote one, what exactly are you protesting? Trump hasn't even taken office yet. The demonstrations, which have led to hundreds of arrests, showing no signs of ending. I would say to protesters and those they've supported have the responsibility to come together for a peaceful transition. And in the name of the world's greatest democracy. Reporter: Tom, protesters accusing the president-elect of hateful rhetoric. Vowing to keep coming out until they're heard.
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