Protests against Donald Trump have broken out across the United States after the Republican candidate won the US presidential election.
Calls of "not my President" and "f*ck Trump" could be heard on the streets of Portland as hundreds of people lit fires and stopped traffic on a major highway.
On the West Coast, demonstrators set fire to a likeness of Mr Trump, smashed storefront windows and set rubbish and tyres on fire in downtown Oakland.
A few kilometres away, students from the University of California protested on the Berkley campus holding Mexican and LGBTQ flags.
Students protesting in California (Reuters)
Students blocked streets as they marched and chanted anti-Trump slogans, including: "You are not America, we are America."
According to local media, Portland protesters have now gone to the local university to "plan for tomorrow".
Reuters / Newshub.