Protesters demonstrated against the US President-elect in downtown Washington on Thursday evening as the world's media descended on the US capital.
Mr Trump will become the 45th President of the United States on Friday at midday (5pm GMT) after he is sworn in by the Supreme Court's Chief Justice John Roberts.
Demonstrators chanted on Thursday night branded both Mr Trump and his Vice-president Mike Pence "illegitimate".
In the footage, thousands of protesters can be seen on the streets chanting and shouting – with one holding up a banner saying "time to revolt".
The protest was just streets away from the White House as the group screamed out to rebel against Mr Trump's looming presidency.
Donald Trump protest see's thousands gather and chant against the President-elect
The mob were heard chanting: "We will not accommodate. We will not conciliate. We will not collaborate. We will not collaborate. We will rise up."
Police can be seen trying to disperse the crowds as cars were brought to a standstill in the streets as people continued to demonstrate.
In the footage one of the protesters said: “Why am I here? I’m here because I just can’t… they go through so many extraordinary measures to make sure that they keep the LGBT community down.
"They make sure people’s rights to healthcare aren’t accessed, to make sure women don’t have their right to choose or what happens over their bodies.
"So I need to be here and fight against that rhetoric and to fight against that mindset.
"We can’t live in a free society where more than half of women are being oppressed by this system.”
Protesters made signs and chanted into the night as riot police were deployed in Washington
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I need to be here and fight against that rhetoric and to fight against that mindset
It has been reported police were forced to use pepper spray on one protester with riot police deployed.
Footage also showed a 'Donald Trump hat' being burned as Washington braces for more protests after Mr Trump's inauguration takes place.
Similar protests took place across American cities last November after Mr Trump defeated Hillary Clinton.
The protesters have now returned as the President-elect prepares for his inauguration which some Democratic members of Congress have vowed to skip.
Around a million people are thought to have travelled to Washington DC to either support or protest against Mr Trump being sworn in.