Protesters participate during the Protect Mueller protest in downtown Los Angeles, California on Nov. 8, 2018.
As a Canadian immigrant and naturalized US Citizen, Angela Schill protested in support of other immigrants whose lives have been hindered by Trump's presidency.
The message that protesters repeatedly chanted was that Trump should not have power above the law.
Irving Greines, a UCLA alum, turned up to show his support for the cause.
Elliot Frantz from Pasadena helped direct people towards the main group of protesters.
Phiphi Do, a second-year molecular biology student has a moment with an older lady who holds a sign saying ''86 45'' referencing her desire for Trump to be kicked out of office.
A protester dons a Trump costume resembling a pig.
Adam Schwartz, a prospective graduate student, says this isn't the first protest he's attended concerning Trump.
Tom Miller sewed and glued together a stuffed Trump doll for the protest.
''The best part of Tuesday was that Scott Walker doesn’t have a job anymore,'' said Alex Mohajer, a political writer and commentator. He addressed the crowd in downtown Los Angeles, celebrating Wisconsin’s Republican governor’s failed reelection attempt this week.
Xander Morgan, a graduate from the University of Southern California, followed the movement on Reddit for months. ''The most important thing is that we get out and vote, and we did our job,'' said Morgan.
Britney Spindler listens to speakers during the protest.
Katie Hemming, from Thousand Oaks, speaks about the recent shooting to the group of protesters.
Protesters chant as they walk outside the West LA Federal Building.