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Portland rally met with police presence in anticipation of violence

CBS News Saturday, 17 August 2019
There was a massive police presence in Portland in anticipation of what could be a violent confrontation on Saturday. Several far-right groups held a rally while members of Antifa, a left-wing group opposed to fascism, circled nearby. President Trump tweeted that he was keeping a close eye on the demonstrations, and said he considered naming Antifa an organization of terror. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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Reuters reports police in Portland, Oregon arrested at least 13 people on Saturday, as a right-wing group marched to a waterfront park. At the same time, anti-fascist counter-protesters struggled with officers, who tried to keep the two sides apart. A rally by hundreds of supporters of the right-wing...

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