Demonstrators march through downtown Denver, cause traffic delays

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DENVER -- Demonstrators marched through downtown Denver on Friday night.

By 8:30 p.m., it was time to bring an end to the protest.

Denver Police Department officers then backed off and the lingering protesters dispersed. The demonstration ended at 16th and Champa streets. Organizers said there was one arrest.

Earlier, police closed streets, including Colfax Avenue, while the group marched. There were reports of a brief standoff between officers and demonstrators near Colfax and Interstate 25.

There were traffic delays during the protest.

They were protesting the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

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