#TrumpProtest top trending Twitter hashtag worldwide

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#TrumpProtest top trending Twitter hashtag worldwide


Social media is torn over whether the #TrumpProtest helps or hurts the democratic process

MANILA, Philippines – US President-elect Donald Trump’s claim to the throne was a shock to many around the world, and supporters of his rival, Hillary Clinton, wasted no time taking to the streets and to social media to show their indignation. 

Soon, the hashtag #TrumpProtest – referring to several on-ground protests across the US after Trump’s victory, most notably outside the Trump Towers in New York City – trended on Twitter worldwide.

Many used the hashtag in a positive way, hoping to lend inspiration to fellow disappointed voters and show what was happening at the rallies.


Others, however, used the hashtag in mockery, implying that the protesters were being spoiled brats or sore losers.


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