President Trump Supporters Large-scale Rally Clashes with Protesters Injured November 15 15:43
As the Trump campaign continues its legal battle over the U.S. presidential election, a large rally of presidential supporters was held in Washington, the capital. After that, clashes with the participants of the rally protesting President Trump caused injuries.
As confusion over the U.S. presidential election continued, a large rally of supporters of President Trump was held in a square in central Washington on Thursday, claiming that more than 10,000 people had been wronged in the election.
In response, a rally was held near the venue to protest against President Trump, who would not allow him to lose.
A subsequent collision between the two sides left a man seriously injured after being stabbed in the back with a knife, as well as two police officers who were on alert.
On the Internet, at least 20 people have been arrested so far, including fireworks being thrown into the seats of supporters of the president in an outdoor restaurant and members of proud boys, a radical far-right group that supports the president.
President Trump, on the other hand, posted on Twitter that “extreme leftist trash is doing this” after citing footage of a supporter’s man being beaten and knocked down by someone.
Tensions are lying in the country as conflict deepens over the presidential election.