Four stabbed, two dozen arrested after clashes break out after pro-Trump rally
One of those stabbed was a police officer but no injuries deemed life threatening.
Four people were stabbed and two dozen arrested in Washington D.C. on Saturday night after clashes between attendees of a pro-Trump rally and counter protesters, police said.
Those stabbed included a police officer but none of the injuries was deemed life threatening, WTOP radio station reported.
Arrests were made for assault on a police officer, simple assault, riotous acts, possession of a prohibited weapon and crossing a police line, D.C. police said.
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