Anti-Trump graffiti pops up around Phoenix ahead of presidential visit

Anti-Trump graffiti appeared in a few locations around Phoenix Friday, including 13th Avenue and Camelback.

Some Anti-Trump graffiti is popping up around Phoenix ahead of the president's visit this Tuesday.

A spray-painted tag on a wall near 13th Avenue and Camelback reads, "Trump = Satan." Graffiti on a business near 15th Avenue and Roosevelt reads, "[Expletive] Trump" and "kill the rich." Someone also tagged a light pole nearby with messages encouraging violence against Democrats, Republicans, and the rich.

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Neighbors said they noticed the graffiti Friday.

Phoenix residents can report graffiti by calling 602-534-4444, extension 1, or emailing blight@phoenix.gov. Residents should include the exact address.

The city offers free training, paint and supplies to individuals who organize graffiti cleanups. More information about graffiti cleanup is available here.

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