PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. - About 7,000 people were inside the Prescott Valley Events Center Tuesday when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made his campaign stop.
Several thousand more were outside the center, watching on a Jumbotron.
"It's quite a crowd," said Trump supporter Jim Bourassa. "It went around that whole block, then they triple-lapped. Then they formed another line and it just kept going."
Others went to the events center to protest Trump's campaign.
"He scares the crap out of me, he really does," said Nadine McGee, a protester. "His racist rants and hate-mongering is terrifying. I don't want to see that in our country."
Supporter Dawn Wilson said she was confident in her side being the dominant voice of the day.
"Yeah, I head a little bit over there, you know, but they can't compete with this crowd," she said.