The Larimer County Sheriff's Office, which provided more than half of law enforcement staff during Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's rally visit to Loveland on Monday, will not seek reimbursement from the campaign.

The reason, LCSO says, is simple: History has shown they won't get paid.

Loveland Police Department also will not bill the campaign. Fort Collins Police Services will.

Exact cost of the visit to taxpayers is unknown, but past presidential candidate visits to Northern Colorado have cost law enforcement upwards of $100,000.

Trump's campaign has already paid a $20,000 booking fee to the Budweiser Events Center.

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