for the third straight night, anti-trump protesters are taking to the streets and abc's gloria riviera is in washington for us this morning. >> reporter: that's right, overnight heated trump protests in more than a dozen cities across the country. the nation's strongest protests since occupy wall street. overnight, protesters across the country denouncing donald trump's victory. violent demonstrators here in portland, threatened with tear gas after allegedly throwing burning objects at officers. investigators saying one protester was hurt if in a shooting. the injuries not life-threatening. in other cities, philadelphia, dallas, and miami, thousands marching mainly peacefully against the president-elect. despite trump's losing of the popular vote to hillary clinton his supporters who propelled him to win 29 states. they staged their protest at the ballot box. >> give somebody who's not a politician, someone who's successful but one of the people. >> i think he's going to change in america. >> reporter: electing trump in part voice frustration in a sense of marginalization in the last s
abc's gloria riviera has more on the reasons behind this decision and the immediate back lack from donald tr -- backlash from donald trump. good morning, gloria. >> reporter: well the green party has raised millions of dollars for the recount effort and while hillary clinton has not weighed in personally, her legal team says it will also participate in battleground states pennsylvania and michigan if that's where jill stein takes this next. >> we must accept this result and then look to the future. >> reporter: less than three weeks after hillary clinton's crushing defeat to president-elect donald trump, entering the fray of a wisconsin recount. an effort pushed by green party's candidate, jill stein. >> there were lots of hacks taking place around this election. >> reporter: clinton's general counsel says the campaign has received messages and calls asking for hacking claims to be investigated. writing in a blog saturday because we have not uncovered any evidence of hacking or outside attempts to alter the voting techn planned to exercise this option ourselves. adding now that wisconsin'
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