Donald Trump has sparked worldwide protests and celebrations as over two hundred protesters arrested by police in Washington after violence flares.
America’s political divisions turned violent on Washington’s streets, as black-clad anti-establishment activists set fires and clashed with police, while trump supporters cheered the new chief executive.
Activists wearing masks used chunks of pavement and baseball bats to shatter the windows of a bank of America branch and a Mcdonald’s outlet, all symbols of American capitalism.
Multiple vehicles were set on fire, including a black limousine and a television truck.
Police said at least 217 people were arrested and six officers were injured in scuffles with activists.
In Mexico city, protestors used boxes to build a makeshift wall outside the U.S. Embassy to protest plans of President Trump to build a border wall.
In his campaign, Trump derided Mexicans as rapists and murderers and vowed to build a wall along the U.S. Southern border to keep them out.
Hundreds of Spaniards marched through central Madrid to protest against the inauguration of President Trump.
The demonstrators, mostly expats from North America, chanted slogans in support of peace and against Trump.
They believe the new President does not portray a true image of the United States.
Marching from Madrid´s opera house to the emblematic sol square, the protesters waved placards calling trump a Racist as homophobic.