Hundreds At Minneapolis Airport Protest Immigration Order
MINNEAPOLIS - Several hundred people are gathered outside Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to protest President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.
The demonstration on Sunday was one of many going on across the country as people are protesting Trump's order, which includes a temporary travel ban for people from certain countries, and a temporary ban on refugees.
Protesters carried signs that said "Muslims are welcome here" and "Speak Up! Don't normalize hate!" Demonstrators also chanted, "Let them in. No hate, no fear," and "Hey hey, ho ho! This Muslim ban has got to go."
Metropolitan Airports Commission spokesman Patrick Hogan says the protests have been peaceful and have not disrupted travel or airport operations.