President Donald Trump drew tens of thousands to Milwaukee during the Democratic debate Tuesday for a massive rally, and data collected at the event is exposing a huge problem for his eventual opponent.

Of the more than 20,000 voters in attendance, nearly a quarter of them didn’t vote in 2016 and a nearly two-thirds were not Republicans, according to Trump’s 2020 campaign manager.

“Excellent data from Milwaukee,” Parscale posted to Twitter Wednesday. “20,395 Voters Identified, 15,738 Voters From Wisconsin, 57.9% Were NOT Republicans (Yuge!), 4,313 Registrants Didn’t Vote in 2016

“Winning with Non-Republicans!” he wrote.

Trump explained why in a tweet late Tuesday.

“Republicans are fighting for citizens from every background, & from every race, religion, color & creed,” he wrote. “We are a movement for ALL AMERICANS who believe in fairness & justice, equality & dignity, opportunity & safety. We are a big tent, & a big party, w/ BIG IDEAS for future!”

He also offered his analysis on what’s driving many away from the Democratic Party, along with numerous pictures of the packed University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panther Arena. The arena is just blocks from where Democrats will hold their nominating convention this summer.

“Democrats are now the party of high taxes, high crime, open borders, late-term abortion, socialism, and blatant corruption,” Trump tweeted. “The Republican Party is the party of the American Worker, the American Family, and the American Dream!”

Trump touted his accomplishments during the 90-minute speech, from taking out Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani, to the lowest unemployment rate in decades, to his efforts to push back on nonsensical government regulations on toilets, dishwashers and light bulbs.

“Your dishes will be beautiful,” he said.

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Democrats from the dark blue city, meanwhile, complained about the POTUS descending on their turf.

“It’s all part of a psychological warfare because his platform is entirely based on emotion,” U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

“Keeping people angry, keeping people upset, keeping people separated – all of this is all part of that strategy and of course to draw attention away from our debate,” she said. “What do animals do? They just kind of pee on your carpet.”

The droves of enthusiastic MAGA fans, of course, shared a much different perspective.

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Sean Knight and Jeff Tolbert, who drove 90 miles to attend, said they support President Trump because he does what he says he’s going to do.

“I would have flown to the moon if I had to,” Knight said.

“Everything he said he was going to do, whether you like it or not, he’s trying to do it, or he’s done it,” Tolbert said. “I just want politicians who do what they say.”