Rally at State Capitol Turns Violent
St. Paul, MN (Learfield News Service) - A Saturday morning rally on the Minnesota State Capitol steps resulted in violence when opposing groups clashed.
People against white supremacists scheduled their event, but they were met by a neo-Nazi group and there was a fight. One man was kicked in the head, though the extent of his injuries wasn't known. The punches were thrown outside while a third group, supporting President Donald Trump, was holding its own rally inside to mark Trump's first 100 days in office. No arrests were made after the fighting died down.