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Current Event November 15, 2016

Protesting Trump’s Election


Reaction to the results of the U.S. Presidential election were both positive and negative. This story describes the reaction of some people who supported Hillary Clinton and other candidates to election results. To hear about the reaction of Trump supporters, listen to this story.

Across the country people gathered to voice their anger and disappointment that Donald Trump won the Presidential election. There were marches in several cities, including New York, Seattle, D.C., Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Chicago. In Miami a group of Immigrant’s Rights activists protested and students in California high schools walked out of class. Listen to hear the reaction to the election.

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National Public Radio © 2016 National Public Radio, Inc. Used with the permission of NPR. All rights reserved.

AIR DATE: 11/10/2016


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