Trump and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey clash on Twitter
The president called the Minneapolis mayor a "lightweight." Frey fired back with a "yawn."
Ahead of President Donald Trump's Thursday rally in Minneapolis, he traded barbs with Mayor Jacob Frey Tuesday morning. Minneapolis city leaders and the president's campaign are in a dispute over who should pay for security costs at the rally.
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