Phoenix protests after President Trump's speech, Trump supporters describe the scene
A TUMULTUOUS SCENE OUTSIDE OF THE CONVENTION CENTER TONIGHT. TEAR GAS THROWN IN THE CROWDS.. POLICE ARE WORKING TO KEEP THE CROWDS CONTAINED.
PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police lobbied what they say is pepper spray at protesters who threw rocks and water bottles at them as President Donald Trump's rally broke up.
Crowd thinning, police pushed people back a few blocks. This is near Central & Monroe #PheonixRally @kgun9 pic.twitter.com/tRysTQ0nHa— Whitney Clark (@whitneyclarktv) August 23, 2017
Crowd thinning, police pushed people back a few blocks. This is near Central & Monroe #PheonixRally @kgun9 pic.twitter.com/tRysTQ0nHa
Clouds of the gas filled the night air as the president's supporters began leaving the downtown Phoenix Convention Center.