PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Police hurled tear gas and flash-bang grenades in response to rowdy protests in Portland, Oregon, as people around the country once again took to the streets denouncing Donald Trump’s presidential election victory. Portland police said Friday night on Twitter that the tear gas was used in response to “burning projectiles” thrown at officers. Hundreds of people marched through the city, disrupting traffic and spray-painting graffiti. Authorities said vandalism and assault had taken place during the rally, which organizers had billed as peaceful earlier in the day.
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