Thousands of people came on street to protest and Chanted He is not my President
The victory of Donald Trump has forced people to come on streets to protest. Streets of major cities were filled with a huge crowd that came out to condemn Donald Trump’s victory. People came out on streets and chanted, He is not my President.
Notably, most of the demonstrations were peaceful. People from New England and from other cities like West coast and Kansas City carried flags declaring that they refused to accept Trump as their President.
Thousands of protestors were heard chanting, He is not my President. Donald Trump was declared President yesterday after he claimed 276 votes.
Notably, he is the 45th President of the US. Though there was a tough competition between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and despite of the fact, she was leading in every poll, she lost the elections. It was not only a shock for her, but for all those who were supporting her.
Thousands of Anti – Trump protesters were shouting Trump’s a racist; they also carried a sign saying, Impeach Trump and abolish Electoral College.
How Trump’s leadership will impact India?
Although Trump was very clear about the stricter immigration rules, but he has assured that he wants to woo entrepreneurs and Students to US.
Trump has criticized China throughout his campaign and it could make an advantage for US.
What can be a problem for Indians?
His trade policy of America First will also affect trade treaties and this will also impact India.
Trump has termed HIB visa progamme as ‘unfair’, and his stated purpose is to end the programme and his victory can make Indian IT companies’ first victim. But yes closer defence ties might give a push to Indo –US ties.