MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - A large crowd of demonstrators has gathered at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport to protest President Donald Trump's executive action banning immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
An estimated 500-700 people have gathered at the Lindbergh terminal so far, according to Metropolitan Airports Commission spokesperson Patrick Hogan.
Police arrested one man earlier for blocking a major roadway outside the terminal. The man sat down in the road and refused to obey police instructions to move, according to Hogan.
Fox 9 has reporters on the scene, and we will continue to update as the protests continue.