MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — President-elect Donald Trump spent most of the day working out of Trump Tower in New York City as protesters across the country continue to march against him, including in Minnesota.

A group of about 250 students from South High School peacefully made their way from South High School to downtown Friday afternoon. They ultimately gathered in a park near U.S. Bank Stadium at around 3:30 p.m. About a half an hour later, the group started marching south on Portland Avenue. After heading west on 9th Street, protesters turned to Nicollet Mall where they entered the U.S. Bankcorp Center.

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The group continued marching downtown and headed into the U.S. Bank Plaza, across from the Hennepin County Government Center.

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Upset protesters were met with police in cities across the country. Officers in Portland, Oregon confronted thousands of protesters in what police called a “riot” and arrested more than two dozen people.

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Police in riot gear fired rubber bullets to try and break up the crowd. They declared it a riot after people began vandalizing cars and businesses. Some protesters launched fireworks at the police.