CLEVELAND — The City of Cleveland will hold a post-presidential debate news conference at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
The news conference can be watched in the media player below:
During the first presidential debate of 2020 held in Cleveland Tuesday night, no major incidents were reported in the city amid demonstrations that remained “mostly lawful and peaceful,” according to the Cleveland Division of Police.
Police said that four arrests were made as of 11 p.m.
Cleveland had prepared extra security measures ahead of the debate, installing fencing, putting up barricades and deploying hundreds of law enforcement officers on the streets, in patrol cars, on bicycles and on horseback.
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