Eleven people were arrested in Manhattan on Sunday following a clash between anti-Trump supporters and cops.

Footage of the clash shows the cops shoving protesters on the sidewalk at West 24th Street and 10th Avenue. Another footage also shows protesters insulting the cops as they block the street.

“Stop! Stop pushing me!” says one of the protesters. “It’s f***ing New York City. There are people getting f***ing raped and murdered. Go fight real crime, you f***ing pathetic p**sies!”

Footage also shows that most of the protesters were on the sidewalk during the protest. “You tell people to get one the f***ing sidewalk, then you push us off the f***ing sidewalk,” says another protester. “This is America, right?”

Authorities said five of the protesters were charged with disorderly conduct, three were charged with disorderly conduct or obstruction and then released, and one was charged with obstruction and resisting arrest. Two other protesters were put behind bars with charges pending.

One of the people charged was a 38-year-old male with Columbia University identification but no press credentials, and another 27-year-old California man who claimed he was working on a documentary but failed to show city press credentials.

According to officials, only journalists issued with a press pass by the NYPD are officially recognized by the department. “All arrested individuals from today’s protests have been verified to not be NYPD credentialed members of the press,” said the NYPD on Twitter.

The clash happened as anti-Trump protesters assembled at Madison Square Park to tackle pro-Trump groups doing caravans in and around New York ahead of the upcoming elections. The anti-Trump protesters marched toward the West Side Highway and dispersed as the pro-Trump groups concluded their caravans.

One footage shows a group of Trump supporters blocking the traffic on New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway. Another video also shows pro-Trump demonstrators stopping traffic on the Mario Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown.

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