Dozens gathered in front of the White House in Washington DC on Wednesday to protest Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's meeting with US President Donald Trump.
Footage shows police members trying to intervene as protesters chased off a pro-Turkey man.
One of the protesters said, "We are not here for the violence, we don't need violence, this is what Erdogan wishes, you are granting Erdogan's wishes now they want to make a provocation."
Protesters were seen waving Kurdish flags while chanting "Turkey out of Rojava" and "ISIS in White House".
The Turkish President was received by Trump at the White House where the two leaders discussed bilateral issues and regional developments.