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34 Percent of People at Trump’s Michigan Rally Were Democrats: Campaign Manager

More than a third of the crowd at President Donald Trump’s recent campaign-style rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, consisted of Democrats, according to 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale.

Of the total 100,000 people who registered for the March 28 event, 14,000 filled the Van Andel Arena to capacity, while nearly 20,000 were outside, Parscale said on Twitter.

In a televised segment, Parscale told Fox News that he’s harvesting "nearly a million voters’ data information in key swing states every month." He said they were able to calculate data from the Michigan rally because they required all participants to register with their cell phone number, which they then linked to the voter file to "know exactly how they voted in the past."

"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 said March 30. "Almost half had only voted once in the last four elections."

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