Supporters of President Donald Trump who attended his rallies in Butler, Pennsylvania, and Rome, Georgia, this weekend were left stranded in cold temperatures late at night after the events had ended.
On Saturday, Trump swung through the Pittsburgh suburb during a day of rallies in Pennsylvania. Afterwards, thousands of supporters waited, some for more than two hours, in near-freezing temperatures because crowded roads delayed buses that were meant to take them back to their cars, according to TribLive.
Some reportedly gave up and just began walking back to their cars.
Trump campaign communication director Tim Murtaugh called the tweets by CNN reporters DJ Judd and Ryan Nobles reporting the delays “fake news” and tweeted a picture of people boarding a bus.
The scene was reminiscent of the aftermath of last week’s Trump rally in Omaha, in which seven people were taken to the ho