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A fight breaks out on E. 83rd street near the Metropolitan Republican Club on Friday

The New York Police Department announced three arrests were made in the wake of a violent brawl Friday night after a speech by Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, a controversial figure on the alt-right, at the city's Republican Club.

"We will not tolerate violence on the streets of New York City", Shea said Monday.

It was not clear whether the three arrested men were supporters or protesters of the Proud Boys, whose members have been accused of white supremacy and anti-Semitism.

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The violence Friday night followed a speech by Gavin McInnes, the founder of the Proud Boys, at the Metropolitan Republican Club. The Southern Poverty Law Center has designated the Proud Boys a hate group.

Police Commissioner James O'Neill said Saturday that video of the brawl is being reviewed to determine if additional arrests are warranted. "Here's a message from a Queens boy to the so-called "proud boys" - NY has zero tolerance for your BS".

In total, nine members of the "Proud Boys", a right-wing, men-only activist group founded by Gavin McInnes, now of CRTV, could face charges.

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"So the president is on the stump today saying 'the Democrats are a mob, the Democrats will bring chaos, they are leftists, ' and then coincidentally, the Republican Party in the State of NY invites a group known for violence and for hate speech".

'There is no tolerance for violence anywhere in New York City, and the NYPD will do everything in its power to ensure public safety, ' NYPD spokesman Phillip Walzak said on Sunday.

"It is revolting to see white supremacists commit a hate crime on the streets of New York City - in full view of the NYPD - and for none of them to be arrested or prosecuted", Lancman said.

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Ahead of the speech, vandals smashed windows, filled a keypad lock with glue and spray-painted the doors of the Metropolitan Republican Club. A note left at the scene claimed that the damage was "just the beginning".

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