By Cleve Bryan

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s been almost a year since President Donald Trump won the election, and a group of people strongly opposed to his presidency rallied nationwide to re-energize the anti-Trump movement.

A crowd gathered at Thomas Paine Plaza Saturday afternoon as the group “Refuse Fascism” held a rally, where about 100 people or so listened to speakers before marching through Center City.

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The same group held rallies in other cities around the country, and they say it’s not just a one-time event.

“We’re out here today beginning daily protests, raising the demand that this nightmare must end, the Trump/Pence regime must go,” said Refuse Fascism organizer Samantha Goldman. “We’re beginning a movement that is going to drive them from power through non-violent political resistance.”

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It was mostly peaceful until a little skirmish, where an argument involving three people went from words, to spit, to a tackle and handcuffs.

Currently, Philadelphia Police say there were no arrests related to the protest.

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The president left the U.S. on Saturday for a three-week trip to Asia.