Police say an anti-Trump demonstration in Portland, Oregon turned into a riot after violent clashes between protesters and officers led to dozens of arrests. Linda So reports.
Chaos on the streets of Portland, Oregon. NATS: PROTESTS Anti-Trump protesters facing off with police in riot gear. NATS: TEAR GAS Officers using tear gas and flash bangs to disperse the crowd. SOUNDBITE: UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER, SAYING: "We are here for love, we are not here to spread hate." Police arrested dozens in Portland. NATS: WE REJECT TRUMP Across the country, anti-Trump protests raged for a second night in a row. Prompting the President-elect to sound off on Twitter. He called the protests "very unfair" and accused demonstrators of being "professional protesters, incited by the media." Nine hours later, Trump changed his tone with this tweet saying he loves the passion coming from protesters, insisting quote "we will all come together and be proud."