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Kids Leave Sweet Messages of Support Outside Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Headquarters

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Hillary Clinton may have lost the 2016 presidential election, but some kids in New York City want the 69-year-old former secretary of state to know they’re still with her.

On Thursday, a group of kids flooded Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Brooklyn with sweet messages of support — written in chalk on the sidewalk.

The love-filled notes were captured on social media, and included phrases Clinton spoke often throughout her campaign, like “Love trumps hate” and “Black Lives Matter.”

There were also words telling Clinton “Thank you,” “Keep up the good work,” and “Hillary is loved.” Colored hearts also flooded the area.

The act of kindness came as thousands of anti-Trump protesters continued to stage mass demonstrations in several major U.S. cities following the election of Donald Trump on Tuesday.

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They first began on Wednesday — in New York City, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta and several other cities, and continued on Thursday.

While demonstrations were mostly peaceful, there were scattered arrests made in California and Chicago. In downtown Los Angeles, some protesters vandalized property with graffiti and launched fireworks, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Clinton, meanwhile, has returned home to Chappaqua, New York — after delivering an emotional concession speech.

The former secretary of state was spotted on a hike in Westchester County, New York, with husband and former President Bill Clinton — and took a few minutes to chat with a supporter and her infant daughter who encountered her on a trail.

“I got to hug her and talk to her and tell her that one of my proudest moments as a mother was taking Phoebe with me to vote for her,” Margot Gerster  wrote on Facebook. “She hugged me and thanked me and we exchanged some sweet pleasantries and then I let them continue their walk. Now, I’m not one for signs but I think I’ll definitely take this one. So proud.”