One person was stabbed and two police officers were injured following violent protests in the United States.
20 people were arrested after thousands who turned out in a show of support for Donald Trump clashed with counter-protesters in Washington DC.
At least one stabbing was reported while two officers were injured and several firearms were also recovered by police during the protests.
The unrest came just hours after thousands of demonstrators marched towards Freedom Plaza near the White House in downtown DC before heading towards the US Supreme Court building.
There were concerns the "Million MAGA March", which was heavily promoted on social media, would spark conflict with anti-Trump protesters who have gathered near the White House in Black Lives Matter Plaza for weeks.
The president is persisting with his legal claims and complaints despite top government and industry officials declaring voting on November 3rd and the following count went smoothly.
On Friday, Mr Trump appeared close to acknowledging, for the first time, he had not won the election.
On the same day, president-elect Joe Biden further solidified his victory after results showed him winning Georgia to give him 306 electoral college votes - far more than the 270 needed and comfortably above Mr Trump's 232.
Additional reporting by IRN