MINNEAPOLIS-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will visit the Twin Cities this month for a fundraising event, according to an invitation obtained by the Pioneer Press.
The invitation is for an Aug. 19 fundraiser for the Trump Victory fund, a joint fundraising effort with the Republican National Committee. RNC Chair Reince Priebus is listed as a host of the event, along with local Republican donors including media magnate Stanley Hubbard.
No time or specific location is included on the Minneapolis fundraiser invitation. The invitation says details will be provided to confirmed attendees at the event.
It's unclear if Trump will hold any public rallies or events while visiting the Twin Cities in addition to his fundraiser.
Trump's Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, visited Minneapolis last month.
She spoke to the national convention of the American Federation of Teachers and then attended a fundraiser for the Hillary Victory Fund, a similar joint fundraising committee to the Trump Victory fund.
The Trump fundraiser has a minimum donation of $1,000 per person, and a maximum tier for donors giving $100,000 or more. The first $2,700 in contributions go to Trump's presidential campaign, with additional money going to the RNC and state Republican parties.
Clinton's fundraiser was for donors giving at least $25,000, with money also being split between Clinton's campaign and national and state Democratic parties.
This is Trump's first known visit to Minnesota in his presidential campaign. He didn't visit the state in advance of the March 1 GOP caucuses, which Florida Sen. Marco Rubio won.