After Hillary Clinton’s star-studded campaign trail over the last few months, some of the Democrat’s followers have taken her defeat to Donald Trump harder than others. Lady GaGa, one of the most outspoken celebs against the Republican, is leading the charge by holding a protest outside Trump Tower in New York City.

The 30 year old musician and ‘American Horror Story’ actress took a stand in the early hours of Wednesday morning (November 9th) in the aftermath of Trump’s shock win in the presidential election. Standing on a truck in front of the building in Manhattan, she held up a sign reading “Love Trumps Hate”, with the Trump Tower clock seen in the background.

Gaga had been seen in tears backstage at Clinton’s election night party, according to MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt.

“In a room full of hope, we will be heard. Stand up for kindness, equality, and love. Nothing will stop us. Say a prayer America,” the star had tweeted on Tuesday night, as it increasingly became apparent that the controversial Trump would be becoming the 45th president of the United States.

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In an Instagram picture of her protest hours later, she wrote: “He divided us so carelessly. Let’s take care now of each other.”

Speaking at a Clinton rally earlier in the week, Gaga had urged her followers to vote for her. “She has a career in politics that spans decades of experience, education, leadership, and wisdom. She's ready to be president,” she said. “She kept going and she kept fighting for women's rights. She kept fighting for the care of our children. She kept fighting for those that are in need.”

70 year old property tycoon and former reality star Trump won a bitterly fought presidential election on Tuesday, winning key swing states in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania and reaching the White House despite being edged out on the popular vote by nearly 100,000.

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