Look away, Illinois democrats. President Donald Trump's campaign is coming to Wrigley Field as part of a joint fundraising project between the campaign and the Republican National Committee, according to Ben LaBolt of Axios.


Wrigley will be holding the reception at the end of a three-day fundraising retreat this weekend being offered for major Republican donors in Chicago.


This will incur the ire of many Cubs fans, as Trump is the most divisive candidate and president in recent memory. It can't exactly be described as a surprise, though, as Cubs co-owner Todd Rickets is the finance chair of the RNC and the overseer of fundraising for Trump's re-election campaign.


Chicago, the home city of former President Barack Obama, voted strongly blue in 2016: Hillary Clinton received 83.7 percent of votes in the city, as opposed to Trump's paltry 12.5 percent. Clearly, there's not a lot of love for the current president in the Windy City.


Brace yourself for the weekend, good people of Chicago.