Trump’s Impeachment Protest: Police Arrest 3 Protesters Over Clash


Following a recent protest march for and against the continued stay in office by the United States President, Donald Trump, the American police has arrested three suspects.

Police say a fight broke out between protesters after marches for and against President Donald Trump, leading to three arrests in Philadelphia.

Reports said that about 150 “Impeach Trump”‘ members and 50 pro-Trump members held separate marches Sunday morning.

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Police say a group of Trump supporters tried to enter a bar in the city after the march when they were confronted by anti-Trump demonstrators. A fight broke out, during which a pro-Trump protester and a police officer were assaulted.

Two anti-Trump demonstrators were charged with assaulting the Trump supporter. Police say the Trump supporter suffered a minor mouth injury. A third person was charged with assaulting the police officer, and a fourth person was issued a citation.

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