“A young man who's got very little going for himself except he's got a great first name. He challenged us. We have say 35,000 people tonight, and he has, say, 200 people, 300 people," Trump said while speaking at at a campaign rally in El Paso. "Not too good. In fact what I would do, that may be the end of his presidential bid."
The El Paso County Coliseum seats about 11,000 people, according to NBC News. Trump said earlier in the evening that about 10,000 people were inside and thousands more watching on screens outside.
Trump also later claimed that the media would not acknowledge the disparity between the two rallies.
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