Mass brawls erupted near Chicago Trump Tower during President Trump's visit
More than 3 thousand people gathered on Monday at the Trump Tower to speak out against current US President Donald Trump. Of course, there were some fights between the defenders of the president and the protesters.
According to official information, 4 people were detained due to an attack on protestants. It is reported that young girls attacked the protesters from behind, broke posters and beat them. The victims were mostly elderly people over the age of 60, while the attackers were less than 23 years old.
No charges have been brought against the attackers at this time.
During his speech, Donald Trump sharply criticized the work of the Chicago police because of the high crime rate.
"In fact, more than anyone else, this person should be here because maybe he could learn something," Trump said.
As Chicago Police Supt later reported. Eddie Johnson, he deliberately missed a speech by the US President, as he decided to devote more time to his work than to attend Trump's speech.
Immediately after the President's speech, Superintendent Eddie Johnson convened a press conference to debunk the myths of growing crime, indicating that the overall rate had fallen by almost 40 percent since 2016.