Protesters from all walks of life crossed paths in the nation's capital on Saturday, as multiple protests were held throughout the city. Nathan Frandino reports.
Demonstrators from multiple sides meeting in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, each bringing their own set of issues to protest. From President Donald Trump's base of supporters... to anti-Trump resisters... to fans of the rap group Insane Clowne Posse known as Juggalos... the groups' make-up and aims could not be more different. On the National Mall, Trump fans gathered for the Mother of All Rallies, demonstrating in favor of Trump's America First policies, while taking aim at one of the president's most frequent targets. NATS: "The liberal media has made a cage match and they don't want to hear us the papers stink they won't even publish anything in favor of us so we are fed up." Elsewhere on the Mall, Juggalos - known for their face paint - gathered to protest against the FBI's decision to label the group of fans a "loosely organized hybrid gang." (SOUNDBITE) (English) UNIDENTIFIED JUGGALO PROTESTER, SAYING: "I feel like that's kind of something that they did based on the logo and it kind of goes along with any walk of life if you go into any group that has multiple thousands of people you're going to find the small percentage that are bad apples." The Juggalos saying they did not expect any bad apples to clash with other demonstrators throughout the city.