Trump and anti-Trump supporters share ‘peace joint,’ Pepsi at May Day protest (VIDEO)

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SEATTLE -- Marijuana brought people with opposing political views together Monday at a May Day protest in Seattle.

Pro-Trump demonstrators and an anarchist shared a 'peace joint' during a protest at Westlake Center.

The group also took some bonding advice from Kendall Jenner and shared a Pepsi.

The controversial Pepsi ad showed the Kardashian sister stepping away from a modeling shoot to join a crowd of smiling, protesters. It immediately sparked backlash on Twitter, and Pepsi pulled the ad a day later issuing an apology to Jenner.

Protesters in Portland also used Pepsi during a rowdy May Day demonstration. According to Portland police, protesters pelted police with rocks, lead balls and full cans of Pepsi.

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