Hundreds of students walk out of school in Washington, D.C., as protests against President-elect Trump continue. Nathan Frandino reports.
Students from Woodrow Wilson High School filled the streets of Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. They met at Metro Center and marched right up to Trump Hotel, the latest project of President-elect Donald Trump. Chanting anti-Trump slogans and hold anti-Trump posters, these students were there to make their voices heard... even though there's no stopping Trump from taking office in January. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MATT FLOID, CLINTON SUPPORTER, SAYING: "This is a democracy and I understand that. That's how legitimacy happens, you transfer power smoothly, and that's what happens every year, but I'm not ok with the rhetoric that's been spoken." The demonstrations follow several nights of unrest around the U.S. all in response to Trump's upset victory over Hillary Clinton.