BELGRADE- President Donald Trump came to Montana for the fourth time this year Saturday afternoon.
President Trump came to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport on November 3rd to rally for State Auditor Matt Rosendale and Congressman Greg Gianforte. The President also urged people to get out to the polls and vote on November 6th.
The weather was cold Saturday morning but that didn't stop President Trump supporters from lining up at the airport hours before his speech at 12:20 p.m.. One man said he had been in line since 11 p.m. Friday night.
Not to far down the road from the rally were protesters to President Trump's visit. There were a few dozen protesters outside the airport ranging in age from young children to retired workers.
"I feel a lot of anger, and more so sadness that our president and the Republican Party are condoning violence and hatred towards minority populations," said protester Emily Cohan. Cohan added she protests against President Trump to have a face and name for minorities across the country.
Lain Kay said she never misses an opportunity to protest a President Trump visit. "I always have to come out because Trump is such a bad President and it's our duty and my duty with a protest sign," said Kay.
Cohan also added she believes in a peaceful demonstration of protest.
The President left Montana for a second Saturday rally in Florida.