CLEVELAND - Clevelanders who are unhappy about the election of Donald Trump as the nation's next President took to the streets of downtown to protest on Wednesday evening.
According to WKYC Channel 3's Carly Flynn Morgan, about 50 protesters, many of them Cleveland State University students began by protesting at Public Square. Some chanted expletives about Trump, others carried signs before hitting the streets of Downtown Cleveland.
NOW: Protesters are sitting in the middle of Euclid near Playhouse Square. Police protecting them. Blocking traffic. pic.twitter.com/VLTYxs9qeq— Carly Flynn Morgan (@CarlyFMorgan) November 9, 2016
You can watch our Facebook Live coverage of the march through Downtown Cleveland below..(CAUTION: graphic language and graphic signage)