The morning after Election Day smacked Democrats with a combination of shock and sadness. Donald Trump would be the next US President. For thousands, disappointment turned to protest as Hillary Clinton supporters channeled their disbelief into a single defiant message. In response to Trump's victory, tens of thousands in at least 25 US cities - including New York and Nashville, Chicago and Cleveland, San Francisco and Seattle - shouted anti-Trump slogans, started fires, and held candlelight vigils to mourn the result. Many of those demonstrations continued early Thursday morning and led to dozens of arrests. 

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