The blame game escalates as protests, clashes with federal agents continue in Portland

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According to the Portland Police Department, a large crowd collected last night downtown, then marched throught the streets before convening once again about 11:30 p.m. near the federal courthouse and the Multnomah County Justice. Federal officers stepped in multiple times last night, however demonstrators still handled to break windows at City Hall and loot a downtown fashion jewelry shop.”Keep your soldiers in your own buildings, or have them leave our city,” Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler stated Friday.Meanwhile, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan joined 5 other U.S. mayors in penning a letter to the feds telling them to keep federal agents out of major U.S. cities.

According to the Portland Police Department, a large crowd collected last night downtown, then marched throught the streets prior to assembling once again about 11:30 p.m. near the federal court house and the Multnomah County Justice. Federal officers stepped in numerous times last night, however demonstrators still handled to break windows at City Hall and loot a downtown precious jewelry shop.”Keep your troops in your own buildings, or have them leave our city,” Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler stated Friday.Meanwhile, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan joined five other U.S. mayors in penning a letter to the feds informing them to keep federal agents out of significant U.S. cities.