Trump travels to liberal Minneapolis for his first rally since the impeachment probe began – The Washington Post

On Wednesday evening, a small group of activists gathered around picnic tables at Minneapolis’s Powderhorn Park to create protest signs for the rally. The surrounding neighborhood was filled with murals and sunflower patches and spotted with signs declaring “Black Lives Matter,” “All are welcome here” and “Love your neighbor.” At the local coffee shop, May Day Cafe, a small sign near the cash register asked patrons to “use gender neutral language while addressing its employees.” Across the street from the cafe, the window of an empty storefront was defaced with pink paint reading, “Love not hate.”


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