Anti-Trump protesters walk through downtown Orlando on Inauguration Day

Some were unhappy watching President Trump's inauguration

ORLANDO, Fla. – An anti-Trump protest from Lake Eola to City Hall had dozens of people standing up for what they believe in.

"We're upset, 46 percent of the country didn't vote for him, that is for a number of reasons," protester Adam Whitmer said.

Strong words filled the signs of protesters as they walked through downtown Orlando. Some were unhappy watching Donald Trump's inauguration.

"It made me sick to my stomach. Ever since the election, it's felt surreal," said Dylan, with Knights for Socialism at UCF. "It's the 21st century. It's time we adopt 21st century values."

News 6 saw Orlando police officers on bicycles, making sure the walk stayed peaceful.

"People are coming out from all walks of life. They're angry," added a protester.

As News 6 walked alongside the crowd, a group of people was seen at a nearby restaurant standing up in support.

"We're coming for the people who may represent him. We're coming for the potential legislators who might see his example and say, 'I want to do that for Florida,'" Whitmer said.

"I know how much he hates protesters and I know how much he hates negative attention, and he's going to be getting it every second of the next four years or until he's impeached," Dylan said.

While this protest went on, others at Lake Eola felt differently about the transfer of power.

"I hope that he really delivers on all the promises that he has made to the American people. If he's able to do all of that, it's going to be a great time for America," Andres Tam said.

The anti-Trump group said it will have more protests coming up and will be looking forward to the governor's race to see what can be done in Florida.