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Recently, Trump mocked Beto O’Rourke’ El Paso Rally. He said that “And we were all challenged by a young man (Beto) who lost an election to Ted Cruz. And then they said you know what? Hey, you are supposed to win in order to run. By the way, we, I, we, I’m 1 for 1. Think about it. We had one election. We won. Now we’re gonna be 2 for all and everything’s gonna be perfect. But a young man who has got very little going for himself except he has a great first name. He challenged us. So, we have let’s say, 35,000 people, tonight. And he has 200 people, 300 people. Not too good. What I would do is, I would say, that may be the end of this presidential bid.”
Some media analysts believe that rally size matters, as people only support and listen to candidates who they think are able to solve their problems. Whereas, others believe that rally size does not matter. They believe that at the end of the day the only thing that matters is the candidate who wins.
This scenario instigated a debate across social media regarding whether the political rally size matters?