The Presidential Elections Since Donald Trump Won The Election

727 Words Dec 13th, 2016 3 Pages
Ever since the results of the 2016 presidential elections came out a surge of emotions flooded the entire country. Of course the ones who supported Donald Trump and his ideals were pleased to have their candidate win the election. On the other hand, those who opposed the republican candidate became devastated. Anger, sadness, and confusion engulfed many of both citizens and noncitizens of the United States of America. As a result of this many people began to protest in various ways, both aggressive and peacefully. There are many questions that come up with an outcome like this. One is particular is are these actions supererogatory?

Since Donald Trump won the election there’s been numerous articles and news reports about the actions being taken place by the protesters. First question that comes to mind is why are protesters upset with the outcome and what do they want? Many people both documented and undocumented fear for their rights and the possibility of them being deported back to their countries. Many have worked hard and risked their lives to obtain the opportunity to gain certain rights and to live in the United States of America.

What the protesters want are for the Electoral Colleges to not vote for Donald Trump; for the elected president to reconsider building a wall alongside the mexican border; they want to make a statement and have their voices heard; to denounce the things he has said in the past; and for Trump to not be president as stated in…

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