Seattle high school students walk out of classes to protest Trump

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SEATTLE — Dozens of students at a Seattle high school walked out of classes to protest the presidential election.

Students at West Seattle High walked out of classes Wednesday morning.

Luke Duecy, a spokesman for Seattle Public Schools, said “he district is supporting schools and staff on ways to best handle potential reactions from students, especially, younger students, to the election results. We are working with our school board to create supports.”

The students were walking down California Ave. around 11 a.m.

Photos and video from the scene showed a large group of students marching. Some of them were reportedly yelling “Save America.”

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