Anti-Donald Trump protestors are taking over the streets in cities all across the US for the fourth day.
Mr Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States on Wednesday (NZ time).
Major protests against the incoming president have been held in Los Angeles, Portland, New York, Washington DC, Orlando, Boston, Miami and Denver.
Thousands have turned up with placards and signs, shouting slogans like "not my President", "f*** Trump" and "we reject the President-elect".
"Build a wall around Trump, I'll pay for it" reads one slogan (The Nation/Gabriel Thomas)
Thousands are protesting through the streets of New York, where the Nation's Lisa Owen and Gabriel Thomas have spotted some creative and colourful banners.
"We are on 5th Avenue and there's just thousands of anti-Trump protestors who just keep streaming past.
"They are heading down to the very elaborate office building, Trump Tower, and we have probably been standing here for about half-an-hour and these hordes of people just keep moving past.
A play on words of the President-elect's popular slogan "Make America great again" (The Nation/Lisa Owen)
"There are people of all ages here, there are a lot of people who have brought children out - small babies through to toddlers, who are marching with their parents carrying signs.
Two women protesting on 5th Ave, making reference to a crude comment Mr Trump made in 2005 (The Nation/Gabriel Thomas)
"Outside Trump Tower itself there were barriers stopping people getting too close from about two blocks back. There are metal traffic barriers and there were various members of the NYPD who have formed a roadblock with vehicles as well."