The 2016 US presidential election have ended, resulting in Donald Trump becoming President of the United States. The fight between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump has been a close one, and in the end, Trump did win, although not by a huge margin.
During the whole election season, since the very beginning, Trump's anti-supporters have been as vocal as Trump's supporters. And the two segments of America's masses don't seem to be done yet. Following Trump's win, protests have broken out in New York City and all around the country.
Ever since the presidential election season began, there has been a tremendous focus on Donald Trump.
People thought that he started out as a joke and that whatever support he was getting was very limited, and would die out very soon.
He officially became the Republican candidate to run for Presidency. And he was up against Hilary Clinton.
And by unthinkable, we mean that what people had not thought of. And that is: Trump became President! He's President Trump now!
His anti-supporters and the media have been very vocal about Trump's faults since the very start. And that includes huge Hollywood stars as well. Given his list of faults, which does include him being a racist and sexist, it truly is a surprise that he has won.
And so, it's no doubt that there is a huge chunk of the population which does not want Trump as their president.
Trump has won fair and square. And he got elected in a democratic way, where the majority wins, even if it's by a small margin.
Huge protests have broken out in NYC and other places around the country to show people's dissatisfaction with the election results.
As the picture clearly shows, people have come out in huge waves to show their dissatisfaction. However, it does seem quite pointless...
If there's anything that needs fixing, it's the hidden rage in the American people, and also to a certain extent, the grip of sexism on them. But whatever it may be, protesting against Trump is definitely pointless. He's the US President now, and the world has to deal with it.