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Tampa Protestors Rally Against President-Elect Trump

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Anthony Martino
Protestors against President-elect Donald Trump march through Ybor City

On Wednesday night, about 75 protestors marched in Tampa's Ybor City to protest President-elect Donald Trump. 

It was one of many protests around the country. 

Curiosity brought Alexis Herrera to last night's protest in Ybor. He said Trump won "fair and square", but he's upset and uncomfortable with what Trump said to get elected. 

"The guy got to where he was by by going off fears," Herrera said. "That is something that I'm completely not fine with". 

Ivana Cajina said there were a handful of pro-Trump supporters there. They can be heard in the first half of the video posted below, shouting "Build a wall!" and "Trump!" (Warning: there is explicit language in the video). 

  Trump hate in ybor A video posted by @rickboyle on Nov 9, 2016 at 5:03pm PST

Cajina, who voted for Jill Stein, said that she plans to remain politically active. 

"We shouldn't have to live in fear, just because Trump is our president," she said. " [It] doesn't mean we need to stop this fight. It means we need to fight harder."

Another anti-Trump rally is being organized for tonight by Tampa's Black Lives Matter group