President Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale told with Fox News’s Jesse Waters on March 30 that 34 percent of the people who came to the Michigan rally were Democrats.
Parscale said: “I believe it was 34 percent of the people who came to the Michigan rally were Democrats. I think that is a significant number.”
Parscale noted the similarities between the two rallies, which were roughly a month apart.
“From this Michigan rally, you can also see in the data, just like we saw in the El Paso rally, we saw new people coming—Democrats, 30, 40, 50 percent Democrats, we saw blue-collar Democrats, African-Americans, Latinos, you see Trump expanding,” he said.
Parscale tweeted on March 28 that over 100,000 people sent RSVPs for the March 28 event, 14,000 people indoors and nearly 20,000 people in the street.
He tweeted: “Ready to rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan! Over 100k RSVPs with 14K indoors and nearly 20k in the streets.
@realDonaldTrump continues to host the biggest rallies in history!”
A massive overflow crowd of thousands of red MAGA-hat-wearing supporters who could not get in to the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, watched and listened outside to President Donald Trump’s raucous speech via jumbo video screens.
President Trump had sold out attendance at Van Andel. The remaining supporters are outside.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 29, 2019
— riniculous (@Nick_Irwin) March 29, 2019
You may have heard there is a little activity going on downtown today. We have prepared for over a week to make your travels safe during the Presidential visit. Come early and don't leave home without your respect and tolerance of others. Stay with us for regular updates! pic.twitter.com/zXpyuPZZOz
— Grand Rapids Police (@GrandRapidsPD) March 28, 2019