"I think generally it would be an honor to have the sitting president to visit your state capitol".
The rally is set to begin at 7 pm, with several protests planned outside the Target Center.
Frey, a Democrat, signaled his opposition to Trump during the press conference and on Twitter this week.
Mayor Jacob Frey said in September that Trump's behavior is "reprehensible" and that his "message of hatred will never be welcome in Minneapolis", according to the Star Tribune. You claim it is somehow the Campaign's responsibility to "coordinate" these additional services and expenses, "including arrangements for payment to be made directly by [the Campaign] to the City, in advance of" the rally.
By Tuesday, the president said his campaign had already seen as many as 72,000 tickets requested for the rally.
The president's campaign manager said on Fox News that Frey is committing an "abuse of power" by trying to charge the president's team more than half a million dollars in security for using the Target Center for the event.
After Frey demanded that Trump's campaign "pay for the extra time our officers will be putting in while he's in town", the Minneapolis mayor and the president became embroiled in a war of words over Twitter. "The Target Center has backed off cancelling the contract, which means President Trump's Keep America Great rally will go on as scheduled", the campaign said in a statement.
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Jackie Schwarz Craig, who works with the Women's March Minnesota, said her first reaction to the rally was fear for Omar, whom Trump has targeted in his tweets.
He shared a message on the social media platform from Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party, which urged supporters to donate because of fears Trump will flip Minnesota red in 2020. He told the Dump Frey, and Omar would make America great again. Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News. He has now conjured up the ridiculous security theory in order to scuttle Trump's appearance, as a grandstanding ploy to enhance his popularity in a city that is struggling with rising violent crime and lack of economic development.
It remained unclear Wednesday whether the Target Center or Minneapolis would absorb the costs.
"Welcome to Minneapolis where we cover our bills we govern with integrity, and we all love all our neighbors", Frey stated in a different tweet. Bob Kroll, which is now selling "Cops for Trump" t-shirts that Trump name checked.
"Someone please tell the Radical Left Mayor of Minneapolis that he can't price out Free Speech. I'm with you 100 percent!"