Manchester Police Chief Carlo Capano says his department won't bill President Trump's re-election campaign for any expenses associated with his visit Thursday. The rally, to be held at the SNHU arena in downtown Manchester, is expected to draw over 11,000 people. The area around SNHU will be closed to traffic, and protests are also expected. Capano says the SNHU arena will hire off-duty police officers for extra security. He says the arena, which is managed by the Pennsylvania-based company SMG, will likely bill the Donald Trump for President 2020 campaign for this expense. But Manchester PD doesn't plan to increase its numbers substantially Thursday. Capano says it's not Manchester's practice to bill the President for these expenses anyway....
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Manchester Police: No Plans To Bill President Trump’s Campaign for Rally Costs