Violent protests continued on Sunday in Paris over the Macron energy taxes.
Police removed their helmets and stood in solidarity with the yellow jacket protesters on Sunday.
Macron was booed by the protesters on Sunday when he returned to Paris.
French president Emmanuel Macron is booed by crowds as he meets with police officers and firefighters following Saturday's violent protests. Macron paid a visit on Sunday to the the damaged Arc de Triomphe where clashes took place during "yellow jacket" protests on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/YQCCBjep2v
— Voice of America (@VOANews) December 2, 2018
Protesters torched cars, smashed windows, looted stores, threw rocks at police.
This is #France not #Pakistan :
Activists wearing yellow jackets had torched cars, smashed windows, looted stores, threw rocks at police pic.twitter.com/qtvOfFooTw
— Anees Ahmed Khan (@anees115) December 2, 2018
#GiletJaunes: Bit of a standoff on Avenue Marceau, police filling up their water canon with more water. #Paris #France #Macron pic.twitter.com/rJfTqfDs6j
— Daniel Finnan (@Daniel_Finnan) December 1, 2018
Brutal video continues to stream from Paris.