At least 217 people were arrested Friday during protests in Washington, DC, after Donald Trump was inaugurated president of the United States.
That was up sharply from earlier in the day, when more than 90 people had been arrested after members of "an organized group" set off flares and vandalized property during protests against Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony in Washington, DC, on Friday, police said.
Protesters were marching toward the National Mall as they clashed with police.
A limousine was set on fire below the Washington Post office.
The limo was "abandoned" earlier when it was damaged by protesters, DC fire officials told BuzzFeed News.