Police block protesters of President-elect Donald Trump from marching after they blocked traffic on I-94 on November 10, 2016 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images/AFP
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President-elect Donald Trump fired back on social media after demonstrators in both red and blue states hit the streets for another round of protests, showing outrage over the Republican's unexpected win.Demonstrations occurred from Portland, Oregon, to Chicago, to New York and parts in between and each typically drew a few hundred people, less than the thousands that gathered in various protests that surged after it became clear Trump had won Tuesday's election.Late Thursday night, Trump went on Twitter to take on the protesters. In Portland Thursday night hundreds of people marched throughout the city as protests turned violent, with people smashing store windows and lighting off firecrackers. In Denver, protesters managed to shut down Interstate 25 near downtown Denver briefly Thursday night.As expected, the demonstrations prompted some social media blowback from Trump supporters accusing protesters of sour grapes or worse, though there were no significant counter-protests.Trump supporters said the protesters were not respecting the democratic process.
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