A melee erupted on Saturday in a Berkeley, California park where supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump were holding competing rallies, resulting in numerous arrests and injuries. Nathan Frandino reports.
Fists flying in Berkeley, California, where supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump clashed on Saturday. Several people were observed with bloodied faces and minor injuries. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOHN BEAVERS, TRUMP SUPPORTER, SAYING: "They hit me with brass knuckles on the blindside. I'm here for free speech. They don't like that. They want confrontation." Police at one point tried using an explosive device to break up the crowds. But could do little otherwise to de-escalate the tensions. At least 13 people were arrested. It was the complete opposite in other rallies across the country, where protesters focused their efforts on getting Trump to release his tax returns.