One arrest, more than 200 demonstrators, and Donald Trump.
The Incline’s Jasmine Goldband was on the scene of the anti-Trump rally outside the David L. Lawrence Convention Center today that turned into a more contentious protest outside the Duquesne Club. Here’s how the afternoon unfolded, in 10 photos.
People gather for the “Love Trumps Hate” rally outside of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
The demonstrators walk down Penn Avenue and turn up Sixth Street, Downtown.
A Pittsburgh police officer asks a demonstrator to stay out of the street.
The demonstrators block traffic at the intersection of Sixth Avenue at Wood Street, Downtown.
Demonstrators continue up Sixth Avenue to the Duquesne Club, where a Donald Trump fundraiser luncheon is being hosted.
The crowd continues to demonstrate outside the Duquesne Club. Some sign a “Never Trump” banner.
Pittsburgh police outfitted in riot gear move closer to the demonstration.
People inside the Duquesne Club peer out of a window as Pittsburgh police in riot gear form a barrier between the demonstrators and the door.
Laquania Coleman, 21, of the South Side joins the crowd in a chant, “This is what a police state looks like.”
Police tell protesters that Donald Trump has left the Duquesne Club. Those who remain continue to confront the officers.
Bystanders watch as demonstrators clear out.