Protesters take to the streets following Trump's stunner

Charles Ventura

Protesters angry about Donald Trump's stunning presidential election victory hit the streets from northern California to Seattle early Wednesday, in some cases halting transportation.

Up to 100 people gathered in downtown Oakland, Calif., to protest the presidential election result, KTVU reported. As protesters gathered and continued to march on Telegraph Avenue, the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) shut down a station near downtown Oakland, KTVU added.

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Protesters reportedly burned a Trump effigy and smashed windows of the Oakland Tribune newsroom early Wednesday morning, according to NBC Bay Area. Hundreds of students also took the streets in Berkeley and San Jose, with over 200 people spilling into Oakland's city limits, NBC Bay Area added.

In Portland, Ore., more than 100 protesters blocked traffic before marching to Portland State University. KGW-TV reported. A dumpster was put in the middle of a road, blocking a train and protesters chanted: "Whose streets? Our streets!" and "That's not my president," the TV station reported.

Protesters were also photographed by media taking to the streets in Seattle.

More than 1,000 people gathered outside the White House before the results were announced to protest against a Trump administration, Fox News reported.