Dozens of UH students protest against Trump

HOUSTON -- The University of Houston had several dozen students march against the presidential election results on Monday.

Views from Air 11 showed several dozen students marching against Donald Trump shortly after noon.
 
The protest appeared to be lively but peaceful. Some UHPD officers watched from their patrol vehicles not far away.
 
Over the weekend, rallies denouncing Trump’s election continued in several cities leading to some damage and arrests.
 
On Sunday, House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., attempted to calm protesters.
 
“People should really put their minds at ease,” he said on CNN’s State of the Union. “We’re pluralistic, we’re inclusive. That’s the country we are and that’s the country we’ll continue to have.”
 


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