Protests against President-elect Donald Trump roiled major cities across the U.S. for the second day on Thursday as the nation came to grips the result of the election. Like a rolling wave, protesters voiced their anger all across the country. Fires raged in Oakland where seven-thousand gathered while an effigy of the President-elect burned in Los Angeles, CBS News’ David Morgan reports. In Chicago, protesters shut down Lake Shore Drive, and activists lit up a Better Than Bigotry message outside of the White House.
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