Anti-Chinese protests in Hong Kong turn violent

Protesters in Hong Kong clash with police, as demonstrations continue in the Chinese territory. Reports Saturday said thousands rallied in a town near the border with mainland China, opposing Chinese traders who make trips into Hong Kong to buy goods to sell in Beijing. Demonstrators chanted for the traders to go home, saying they’ve fueled inflation, driven up property prices, and dodged taxes. They said they aren’t against the travel and buying, but want it to be orderly and legal.

WATCH: Rural America can take on China, India

As President Trump continues to create record manufacturing and U.S.-based jobs as part of his ‘America First’ agenda, one executive says rural America has what it takes to push back the outsourcing threat of China and India. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from Washington.