The Dally rally was packed with Trump supporters Thursday, but the details of who was there and planning to vote for Trump are astounding.
Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, took to Twitter in order to reveal “incredible data,” in his words gathered from the Dallas rally.
The data revealed demographics of voters who usually don’t vote Republican showed up to the rally, and that a whopping 53, 985 voters were identified at the rally!
Check it out:
Get ready for a LANDSLIDE in 2020!
Patriots on Twitter reacted to the truly "incredible" numbers.
Check out these reply tweets:
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According to Parscale, the president drew a crowd of 53,985 people, 21.4% of attendees were Democrats, 12% of attendees say they haven’t voted in the past four elections, and 11% were Latino.
Three years into his presidency and under intense scrutiny over his foreign policy, Trump can still fill arenas with cheering supporters.
Dallas Morning News gave some more details about the crowd turnout at Trump's Dallas rally:
President Donald Trump evoked the rugged history of Texas -- including the fight at the Alamo -- Thursday night and declared Texas would remain loyal to the Republican Party.
“Texas is not in play,” Trump said as the crowd roared.
And he told a packed house at American Airlines Center Thursday night that the impeachment inquiry against him was an effort by “enraged” Democrats to rewrite the 2016 election, since they can’t beat him at the ballot box.
“The more America achieves the more hateful and enraged these crazy Democrats become,” Trump said. “They’re crazy. They’re crazy. At stake in this fight is American democracy itself.”
He called Democrats “corrupt people.” Numerous times he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy” and “nuts,” to applause and cheers from the crowd.
“They are destroying this country, and we will never let it happen,” adding that “what they’re really doing is coming after and fighting you and we never lose.”
Trump has an ongoing feud with Pelosi, who a day earlier said the president had a “meltdown” during a meeting with congressional Democrats at the White House.
During the rally Trump said the move to oust him would backfire, and he brashly proclaimed that he would win reelection in 2020 and Democrats “won’t come close.”
“It’s going to be a landslide,” he said. “We have to make it a landslide.”