Police arrested 11 people at a protest Thursday night at New York University where conservative actor and comedian Gavin McInnes was giving a seminar to College Republicans.

Fox News correspondent Julie Banderas joined "America's Newsroom" Friday to give an update from the scene.

Numerous fights took place outside the campus building where McInnes, the co-founder of Vice Media, was speaking.

The speech was cut short after the protesters eventually infiltrated the seminar, and McInnes said he was pepper sprayed during the scuffle.


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Outside, protesters shouted, carried signs and burned "Make America Great Again" hats. Police, at the ready with zipties, said punches were thrown at officers.

The protesters who were arrested face charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.

The arrests came a day after protests turned violent at UC-Berkeley during a demonstration against the appearance of  Breitbart News' Milo Yiannopoulos.

President Donald Trump hit back at these violent protesters around the country Friday morning on Twitter.

NYU Local, the independent news source of New York University, followed the protests from start to finish on Twitter. (Warning: Videos contain strong language.)

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