He threatened protesters, saying that "mob violence" would be stopped "cold."
Swaths of people came out in Philadelphia, Salt Lake City and Fayetteville, North Carolina, joining the nationwide protests against racism and police brutality.
“He didn’t give me the opportunity to even speak,” Philonise Floyd said.
An angry group shouted obscenities at the conservative network and threw a microphone at reporter Leland Vittert.
The city's transit union voiced its support after a viral video showed a bus driver apparently defying police orders to drive a group of people under arrest.
Instead of helping cities change police practices, the Justice Department is threatening to turn federal resources on protesters.
The president's tweet about White House protesters evoked images of segregationist violence, Mayor Muriel Bowser said.
Gov. Tim Walz's announcement came after days of protests against police brutality in Minneapolis.
The post from Donald Trump's personal attorney, who has a history of butt-dialing, prompted ridicule and anger.
The Iowa congressman is facing the toughest primary challenge of his career, but it's not because his opponents are calling him out for his bigotry.