Anti-Trump demonstrators march through Midtown Manhattan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: Thousands of demonstrators marched through Manhattan on Saturday (November 12) to protest against President-elect Donald Trump. The protesters marched up Fifth Avenue on the way to Trump Tower. Since Trump's victory, demonstrators in several cities have decried the Republican's campaign promises to restrict immigration and register Muslims, as well as allegations that the former reality-TV star sexually abused women. The demonstrations since the election have been impromptu affairs, quickly organized by young Americans with a diverse array of backgrounds and agendas. But as activists look to the next four years with Trump in the White House while his party controls both houses of Congress, some are preparing for what they hope will be the nation's most enduring demonstrations since the Occupy Wall Street movement. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on Friday that protesters have to accept the election results.