Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore called Donald Trump an "illegitimate president" while making an unexpected appearance at Trump Tower ahead of a protest slated to take place there in New York City today.According to a pool report, Moore showed up at the 58-story skyscraper in midtown Manhattan this afternoon and walked into the building, which is open to the public. He had a safety pin fastened to his clothing -- a gesture some people are taking to show solidarity for minority groups that have been maligned by Trump. As he toured the landmark Fifth Avenue skyscraper with a slew of reporters, Moore said Trump "does not have the vote of the people" because claimed victory in the electoral college but did not win the popular vote. "I didn't think I'd get this far," he told reporters as he headed up to the third floor. Moore was stopped by security on the fourth floor. When he asked for a meeting with Trump, a Secret Service agent replied: "You'd have to check with his staff." The Hispanic community in East Los Angeles, California, had many things to say about President-elect Donald Trump and the future of the country. "I'm getting phone calls from friends who don't have papers and saying 'I'm terrified,'" said a woman who did not want to share her name with ABC News.The 37-year-old was born in the U.S. but said her parents are from Mexico. "My mom did cross illegally, but that was 40 years ago ... so for her I think [the election] was a heartbreak."She added she felt scared!
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