WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - Nearly one week after the election, anti-Trump protests continued across the country.
On Monday, hundreds of students walked out of their classrooms in Montgomery County, Md. to protest the president-elect Donald Trump.
Up to 500 students participated in the protest. Some were heard chanting "we reject the president-elect."
Protests also continued outside of the Trump International Hotel in D.C. Monday night. Protesters were projecting messages on the outside of the hotel. One message read "refugees are welcome here."
Another protest took place at Freedom Plaza in D.C. A group of activists launched a series of demonstrations to reject what they're calling “Trumpism.” Demonstrators held up a sign that read "stop Trumpism."