Thousands Stranded After Trump Rally For Third Time

Newsweek reports:

Supporters of President Donald Trump were left stranded overnight after a campaign rally in Georgia ended in chaos. Thousands were bussed into the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport in Rome, leaving their cars in parking lots, but were left waiting for hours after coaches failed to pick them up.

The Georgia rally was Trump’s fourth and penultimate campaign stop of the day, drawing a crowd of up to 30,000. But chaotic scenes unfolded as the rally drew to a close around 10:30 p.m. EST with thousands battling to exit the site and lining the road scrambling to get onto buses.