An anti-Trump protest in London has resulted in dozens of arrests and a number of injuries.
Protesters from across the globe gathered Saturday at a London rally for the President of the United States and his supporters.
Protestors from across a number different religions held a rally against President Donald Trump.
The protest was organized by the anti-fascist group Anti-Fascist Action UK and was organized to call attention to anti-Muslim bigotry and xenophobia.
A number of protesters were detained and some were reportedly arrested on Saturday night, according to a tweet from British Prime Minister Amber Rudd.
Police confirmed that one person was arrested, but declined to say whether the person was a protester.
The incident was reported Saturday afternoon by The Daily Telegraph newspaper.