New Orleans Times-Picayne, “No arrests made after anti-Trump protest, vandalism, New Orleans police say”

Shortly after 6 p.m., the crowd marched down St. Charles Avenue toward Canal Street and then on to the French Quarter before returning to Lee Circle. Several prominent downtown buildings, mostly businesses, were sprayed with anti-Trump graffiti along with symbols associated with anarchism.

It was unclear whether those who vandalized the buildings were associated with the protest at Lee Circle. Several protesters said that the majority of the crowd was protesting peacefully and they tried to discourage any acts of vandalism or destruction along the route of the march.

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