Supporters of the president held "March 4 Trump" rallies around the country Saturday, including demonstrations in Minnesota.
Their message? "Come show your support for him, each other, and our country," the official website for the march says.
According to MPR, about 400 people gathered to rally at the Capitol in St. Paul. But not everyone was there to show support for President Trump – 50 or so protestors were in the mix.
After about a half hour of speeches in the Capitol's rotunda, protestors disrupted the rally with air horns, whistles and chants, the Pioneer Press says, and at some point, a smoke bomb was set off.
One person who was at the rally posted footage on YouTube:
By the end, six people were arrested. A spokesperson for the St. Paul Police Department told GoMN five people were arrested for setting off fireworks and spraying chemical irritant inside the building.
The State Patrol arrested a sixth person for disorderly conduct, the Star Tribune reports.
About 10 Trump supporters gathered at a similar rally in southwest Rochester, the Post-Bulletin reported.