One of the six anti-Trump protesters arrested last weekend in St. Paul, Minnesota, is the youngest son of Hillary Clinton's 2016 vice presidential pick. Linwood "Woody" Kaine, whose father is Virginia senator and St. Paul native Tim Kaine, participated in a counter-demonstration to the "March 4 Trump" rally that led to violence after anti-Trump protesters set off fireworks inside the Minnesota State Capitol.

Linwood Kaine may face felony charge

Steve Linders, a spokesperson for the St. Paul Police Department, confirmed to reporters that Linwood Kaine was placed under arrest after he attempted to fight with police.

Kaine was apprehended after he “turned around and squared up to fight with the officer," said Linders.

According to CNN, Kaine was one of the group of protesters who reportedly lit fireworks inside the Capitol's rotunda shortly after the pro-Trump rally began Saturday afternoon. He was held at Ramsey County Jail after being booked with a felony count of second-degree rioting but was eventually released.

Tim Kaine, however, appeared to be proud of his twenty-four-year-old son's alleged actions.

“We love that our three children have their own views and concerns about current political issues. They fully understand the responsibility to express those concerns peacefully,” a spokeswoman for Tim Kaine said in a statement to the press.

Although no formal charges have been filed against Kaine and the other protesters, CNN reports that St. Paul police are not finished with their investigation into the incident.

Four hundred showed up at March 4 Trump rally

The Associated Press reported on Saturday that approximately 400 Trump supporters attended the March 4 Trump event, and around 50 others showed up to protest against it.

Rally attendees listened to several speakers in the rotunda, waving American flags and Trump/Pence campaign signs. Shortly after the doors were opened, the event was crashed by dozens of protesters armed with their own signs. Minor scuffles ensued after some of the protesters set off fireworks and then ran away.