Anti-Trump protest leaders say preparing for long fight

NYPD officers keep an eye on people taking part in a protest against Republican president-elect Donald Trump at the Washington Square park in the neighborhood of Manhattan in New YorkBy Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) – The protests in major U.S. cities against Republican Donald Trump’s surprise presidential election victory have been impromptu affairs, quickly organized by young Americans with a diverse array of backgrounds and agendas. Rallies scheduled for Saturday in New York and Los Angeles, and a protest planned for Washington on Jan. 20, when the New York businessman succeeds President Barack Obama, will be just the beginning, activists said in a series of interviews.

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