More anti-Trump action planned after second night of protests across US

Activists say they are weighing up their next moves, as hundreds of people take to the streets again following election of Donald Trump

Tens of thousands of Americans are planning further protests and acts of dissent against the election of Donald Trump, after a second night of action in cities across the US that followed a wave of demonstrations on Wednesday in which dozens were arrested.

Hundreds took to the streets on Thursday in Denver, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Portland, Oakland, and dozens more US cities, as well as Vancouver, Canada. The protests smaller and more muted than Wednesdays actions were for the most part peaceful and orderly, though there were scattered acts of civil disobedience and damage to property.

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