Supporters of recently elected United States President Donald Trump and his opponent Hillary Clinton clashed violently after the controversial Trump was declared winner of the election
Supporters of defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton engaged in violent clashes in several major United States cities after controversial businessman Donald Trump was declared U.S. president.
Photos and videos have emerged of angry Clinton supporters burning United States flags and lighting a fire on the streets while others confronted violently.
According to the Sun, police had reported over 500 people in the streets of Los Angeles singing anti-Trump songs.
According to reports, demonstrations against Trump were held at University of California campuses and neighborhoods in Berkeley, Irvine, and Davis and at San Jose State.
US police said no arrests were made after the disturbances between the 2 opposing political camps.
Republican Donald Trump was elected the 45th United States president after beating Clinton who vied under the Democratic Party.
Trump was declared the winner of the election on Wednesday, November 9, 2016.