Donald Trump is making a stop in the Valley today, visiting a Paradise Valley fundraiser, followed by a rally in Phoenix at the state fairgrounds.
His last visit erupted in chaos as protestors blocked roads in Fountain Hills and clashed with supporters.
Some supporters of the Republican presidential candidate showed up before 7 a.m. at the site of the rally.
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"We just want to come out and get in line so we don't have to fight the crowds and the protesters," Scott Goda said.
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Brittany Palmer said she wants "to shake the man's hand" and is hoping to stand in the front row, hence why she showed up hours before the gates open.
Trump’s website shows him stopping at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino at 11 a.m. on Saturday prior to making his way to Phoenix.
Trump will also have a meeting and reception in Phoenix at 2 p.m. prior to speaking at the rally. According to the invitation, the cost to attendees is $2,700 per person. Photo opportunities are $10,000 per person.
Man yelling at the anti Trump protest. Tempers flaring! pic.twitter.com/MQ3NjGM7rg
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