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Berkeley Battles Over Trump


Supporters of President Trump and anti-Trump protestors fought after a protest turned violent at a park in Berkeley, Calif. on Saturday.

KPIX reports, protestors announced they would crash the “Patriot Day” rally organized by people who support President Trump.

Early on police confiscated weapons and formed a line between Trump supporters and the anti-Trumpers.

But after an hour, protesters crossed the police line and fought.

A Trump supporter was reportedly the first casualty of the day.  “Well, they want to hit me with brass knuckles from my blind side, said John Beavers of Washington, his nose gushing blood.

At Civic Center Park more fights broke out.

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According to Berkeley Police Department, 20 people were arrested. They say more people will likely be arrested once officials review videos posted on social media.

A mob of roughly 1500 people ended up in various skirmishes involving M-80's, bottles, rocks and pepper spray.

“I got pepper sprayed and hit by a bunch of sticks,” said anti-Trump activist Al Alegria of Sacramento.

“There’s a difference between free speech and free action,” said Esfandir, an anti-Trump protester. “What we’re seeing here is action.” For more information on the KPIX report click here.


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