Scuffles broke out during the unofficial demonstration
While the 45th President of the US took part in his inauguration parade this evening, violence spread across the UK capital.
The unofficial demonstration against Mr Trump marched along Oxford Circus this evening, with hundreds of protestors waving banners and placards.
Images taken at the scene show two men fighting, grapling with each other as they try to throw the first successful punch.
It is believed the fight broke out between a protestors and a pro-Trump supporter as the rally made its way to the US embassy.
Riots have broken out across the globe, not just in London
The two men grappled with each other during the rally
Protests against the new President have been sparked globally, many of which also turning violent.
At least 95 have been arrested in Washington alone.
Earlier today, banners were dropped from nine major bridges in London and in cities across the UK including Edinburgh, Liverpool, Cardiff and Belfast on Friday morning.
PROTESTS at Trump's Inauguration Day
Fri, January 20, 2017
Protestors were chased through the streets of Washington as violent scenes broke out close to the Donald Trump inauguration in Washington.
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Police and demonstrators clash in downtown Washington after a limo was set on fire.
The banners tackled issues raised by the President-elect on his campaign to reach The White House, including race, immigration and women's rights.
Nona Hurkmans, a spokesman for organiser Bridges Not Walls, said: "On Trump's inauguration day, we're taking action to show our support for groups under attack – here in the UK, across Europe and in the USA – and to reject the rise of a dangerous and divisive far right politics.
"We won't let the politics of hate peddled by the likes of Donald Trump take hold. What happens next is up to us and by standing together, we can show that the rhetoric of fear and hate have no place in our society."