Police in New Jersey are searching for a protester who threw a smoke bomb in the face of President Donald Trump and then fled to the White House.
Protesters threw a “no-go” zone in front of the White Houses in Washington, D.C. on Friday night.
The crowd of around 30-40 people was reportedly chanting anti-Trump slogans, according to the Washington Post.
The demonstration was reportedly staged to coincide with a new federal law that bans Trump from accepting gifts from foreign governments.
The crowd, which reportedly included anti-war protesters and members of the Black Lives Matter movement, chanted “no more war, no more war!” in response to Trump’s recent speech.
Protesters chanted “you don’t know how to die!” in reference to Trump, who is a former presidential candidate.
The Trump administration has previously denied charges of racism, with the White National Guard saying that protesters were “distracted by noise and chaos.”