Anti-Donald Trump protests: Mark Ruffalo, Jamie Lee Curtis join post-election stir
Stars including Mark Ruffalo, Jamie Lee Curtis and Josh Hutcherson joined thousands of Americans protesting Donald Trump's presidential victory
Los Angeles: Stars including Mark Ruffalo, Jamie Lee Curtis and Josh Hutcherson joined thousands of Americans protesting Donald Trump's presidential victory.
Ruffalo shared footage on Instagram which showed him surrounded by thousands of people in New York holding placards chanting "hands too small, can't build a wall" to protest against Trump, who was declared the 45th US President in Tuesday's election, reported USA Today.
Ruffalo, who does not appear in the video, zoomed in on signs which read, "Liberty of all Americans" and "Donald Trump's victory does not speak for me" and various people stood outside the Trump Tower, the home of the new President and his Trump Organisation.
"Love Trumps Hate love fest NYC Thousands in the Street," he wrote in the caption.
One Twitter user shared an image of a gay man being attacked and Ruffalo retweeted the message and replied, "This is what we were out protesting tonight. It's the hate Trump elicits from his followers. #TrumpProtest" He also retweeted a video from the protest in which the demonstrators chant, "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!"
Jamie Lee Curtis shared footage of a march taking place in Chicago, Illinois although it was not clear if she was present herself. She tweeted, "It begins. Protest and more protest. My niece in Chicago is already voicing what we all are feeling! #notmypresident".
The Hunger Games star Josh told his fans to "come join in a peaceful march through downtown LA to show the world how many of us feel! #notmypresident" and later showed video of protesters yelling Donald Trump!"
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