Many attendees of an Obama campaign rally headed for the exits shortly after the president began speaking Sunday evening.
Speaking at campaign rally in Maryland for Democratic candidate for governor Anthony Brown, Obama either ignored or didn't notice the movement of attendees out of the event.
The White House pool report described the mass exodus as "unusual" and one reporter present tweeted it was "weird."
Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason tweeted that the steam of rally attendees leaving early was "noticeable and noisy."
Steady stream of people leaving Maryland rally continues as Obama speaks. It's noticeable and noisy. They would have waited hours to get in.
— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) October 19, 2014
Reports were unclear if attendees left due to unhappiness with President Obama. Disapproval of the president is currently at an all-time high.