‘Not my president!’ Vandals set fires, smash windows, shut down streets in California after Trump win

There’s nothing worse than a sore loser.

Donald Trump‘s historic victory prompted waves of protests across California college campuses as angry crowds disavowed the brash billionaire by chanting he’s “not my president.”

Hundreds of students took to the streets Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego and Santa Barbara shortly after Trump delivered his victory speech in New York.


At UCLA, vandals set a trash can on fire, while other small fires forced the shutdown of a Bay Area Rapid Transit station in Oakland.

On other campuses, protesters smashed windows and shut down streets, as if that’s a constructive way to express political dissent.

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At UC Santa Barbara, hundreds of students marched near campus, with some shouting: “Not my president! Not my president!”

At the La Jolla campus of UC San Diego, some 500 students protested Trump’s win, shouting expletives while marching in the street, the LA Times reported.

But not all of California was upset by a Trump win.

A group of 30 people gathered at Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star, where they posed for photos and celebrated a Trump presidency together.

“This is our president!” they yelled, shouting down nearby protesters.

Some of the Trump supporters wore “Make America Great Again” hats and chanted “U-S-A!” to drown out protesters. Another young man held a large banner that read: “The silent majority stands with Trump.”

Violent rioting, protests and vandalism have now spread across the country.