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Supporters of the US president attend a "Keep America Great" rally at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Trump supporters accuse bus company of 'deep state' plot to strand them, turns out they didn't pay


On Thursday, a couple of hundred supporters of President Donald Trump protested outside of Congress as part of the “March for Trump." The march opposed impeachment investigations by House Democrats, which began after two whistleblowers filed complaints against President Donald Trump after a phone call during which President Trump pushed Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden.  

But according to organizers, there should have been more supporters at the rally. Some supporters are accusing a bus company of a "deep state" conspiracy after they failed to pick up some protesters. 

The problem? Organizers simply never paid for the buses.