WARRENSBURG, Mo. - It is an exciting day in Warrensburg, Mo., as the town prepares for a visit from the President of the United States.
Lines began forming as early as 7 a.m. outside of the student recreation center on the University of Central Missouri campus for those who got tickets to the event.
The lines started to run down the side of the street by just after the lunch hour.
Most of the people in line told a 41 Action News crew that they are just excited to see the President Obama in their back yard.
But not everyone agrees.
Some peaceful protestors lined up on the opposite side of campus to let their voices be heard, holding signs advocating for Obama’s impeachment.
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