When Donald Trump paid a visit to Duluth on Wednesday, the city was turned a bit upside down with increased law enforcement and a flurry of activity near Amsoil Arena.

While some people went out of their way to be a part of the visit, we simply had to walk outside our radio station door to see the motorcade drive by.  The video above was taken by our engineer Randy as the Commander In Chief drove past us on Arlington Avenue, crossing over Central Entrance.

Generally a presidential motorcade will involve 20-30 cars, but I think President Trump had a few less than that when he made his way from the Duluth International Airport to Amsoil Arena.

Duluth has had five sitting presidents visit the city.  The last time is happened was in 2004 when George W. Bush paid Duluth a visit while he was campaigning for re-election.