MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Staff at The Saloon nightclub inflated a giant "Trump baby" balloon on their roof ahead of the president's campaign rally Thursday in downtown Minneapolis.
The campaign rally, which will also include a visit from Vice President Mike Pence, kicks off at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Target Center.
As the date approaches, businesses throughout downtown Minneapolis are preparing for heavy traffic and increased security. The Minneapolis Police Department said it will have a "highly visible and robust" police presence downtown to handle the larger than normal crowds that are expected for the events.
Anti-Trump activists have also planned a protest outside the Target Center prior to the president’s visit.
First Avenue, a popular music venue located across from the Target Center, also reported that all of their profits on Oct. 10 will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
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