Protesters gather outside the White House at Black Life Meter Plaza as voting begins in the US election.

As the election draws near, protesters have gathered in Washington, D.C., for an election night rally, renaming Black Life’s Meter Plaza.

 

Protesters gather outside the White House at Black Life Meter Plaza as voting begins in the US election.

Protesters held placards and banners Tuesday night as the night wore on.

 

Live anti-Trump protesters were seen’ dancing, singing and chanting slogans as they anxiously awaited the results of the presidential election.

 

He took the position from the White House fence, which was tied’ to anti-Trump placards.

 

Polling in Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Vermont and Virginia ended at 12:00 GMT.

 

In DC, the plaza had a heavy police presence and business in the area has grown.

 

The demonstration was peaceful, but a protester was arrested’ trying to stop police from removing the illegally parked truck, according to local reports.

 

The mayor of Washington, D.C., renamed the plaza outside the White House in June the Black Lives Meter Plaza.

 

Mayor Morrell Bowser, a Democrat, unveiled a two-block-long wall leading to the White House across the street that reads about black lives.

 

The mayor approved a plan to build a wall for volunteers in a clear rebuke of Donald Trump's military response to police brutality against blacks.


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