Trump held a rally in Duluth on Wednesday and Minnesotans were out in force to stand up against his divisive agenda. Here are some of our favorite highlights:
Indignant Minnesotan schooling Trump on the meaning of Minnesota Nice (even if you’re from Wisconsin).
Dear Mr President,
Actually, we like welcoming new neighbors to Minnesota. We even sometimes welcome people who move in from – GULP – Wisconsin. You shouldn’t feel the need to speak for us again.
Minnesota Twitter https://t.co/epjX1sWIm0
— Indignant Minnesotan (@IndignantMN) June 21, 2018
Sky Johnson giving us hope for the future.
Sky Johnson, 10, of Duluth said “I thought I would come protest to try to make it better.” pic.twitter.com/vxIhWp996x
— Brooks Johnson (@readbrooks) June 20, 2018
Celebrating Indigenous culture.
One more video of drum circle & crowd at anti-Trump protest this afternoon at #Duluth Civic Center. Drummers are from Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Trump rally starts in less than two hours just down the hill at Amsoil Arena. #TrumpDuluth pic.twitter.com/1R9YXp4SLN
— Andrew Krueger (@akpix) June 20, 2018
Thousands of protesters uniting to keep families together.
— Duluth News Tribune (@duluthnews) June 20, 2018
The message: love > hate.
— Eric (@That1techguy) June 21, 2018
Donald Trump in Duluth? No thanks.
— Jimmy Lovrien (@JimmyLovrien) June 20, 2018
Local businesses standing up for children and families.
President Trump arrives here in Duluth tonight, where talk of the immigration crisis is in the air. pic.twitter.com/26koXamlm8
— Jeff Zeleny (@jeffzeleny) June 20, 2018