Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh says she has given President-elect Donald Trump a letter describing the city's need for federal money.
Pugh, a Democrat, and Trump, a Republican, met Saturday afternoon at the Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium.
"With @realDonaldTrump in Baltimore I delivered a letter noting importance of our infrastructure needs & need for investment of federal funds," Pugh tweeted after the encounter. She included a photo of the pair shaking hands.
The exchange came two days after the new Baltimore City Council voted unanimously to condemn Trump's rhetoric.
Trump campaigned on promises to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, build a wall along the Southwest Border and bar Muslims from entering the country.
In its first official act, the council approved a resolution Thursday opposing Trump's "divisive and scapegoating rhetoric, rooted in hate and prejudice."
Pugh had said she would try to persuade Trump to funnel more federal investment to the cash-strapped city.
In the letter, Pugh said she was "seeking a partnership" with the Trump administration. She identified Port Covington, the Howard Street tunnel, the city's water infrastructure and broadband infrastructure as areas in need of federal investment.
Trump's attendance at the Army-Navy game was his first public appearance in Maryland since the election last month.
Nearly 200 protesters circled M&T Bank Stadium before his arrival. Marchers chanted "No Hate. No Fear. Immigrants are Welcome Here." and "We reject the president-elect," and wielded signs that read "Dump Trump," "Resist" and "Make Fascists Hide Again."