Hundreds of protestors rallied outside Trump Plaza in Downtown West Palm Beach.
They voiced their concerns about the presidential election and upset Donald Trump is the president-elect.
The protest comes after demonstrations across the country recently.
"We are here and he is going to hear us," said a protestor.
More than three hundred people stood on Flagler Drive expressing outrage and anger.
Willow McCarthy fears for immigrants in the country.
"Everyone knows this is the melting pot like that's what we were known for and I think that's what we should be instead of talking about deporting people," says McCarthy.
There were also Trump supporters amongst the crowd. At one point the two sides clashed, but in the end settled matters peacefully.
Danny Underwood says we should just give Trump a chance.
"Lets see how he does as President. If it doesn't work out we elect someone else," he said.
West Palm Beach police monitored the rally. There was no violence.