President Donald Trump will be in Minnesota briefly Monday, spending time at a Twin Cities trucking company and taking part in a roundtable discussion on the economy and taxes.
Here's a quick overview of his trip, according to his public schedule.
He'll arrive at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport at 12:25 p.m., and leave for Burnsville, about 10 minutes later.
The president will spend the next 1 hour and 15 minutes there, mainly participating in a roundtable on the economy and taxes. The event will be live streamed here.
At 2:10 p.m., he'll leave Nuss Truck and Equipment, head back to MSP Airport, and take off by about 2:40 p.m. for Washington D.C.
All told, Trump will be in Minnesota for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Groups are planning a peaceful protest rally outside Nuss for Trump's visit.
"Our purpose is to stand in unity with Rep. Omar, and voice our collective values and ideals," the Facebook event say, a reference to the ongoing controversy over Ilhan Omar - one perpetuated by Trump himself over the weekend.
The organizers say there will be a clear spot for protesters in front of the building.
Trump lost Dakota County to opponent Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election by 4.71 percent.