President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Friday night to show off a picture of a tremendous crowd outside his campaign arena in New Hampshire to fight against radical left Democrats and some mainstream media that said the event was empty.

Speaking for itself, the photo shows a massive crowd gathered outside the Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Arena where he held a campaign rally on Aug. 15.

A lot of people had their tickets but could not get in a packed arena that has a capacity of nearly 12,000 seats.

“Look at the tremendous overflow at packed arena in New Hampshire last night. Sorry we couldn’t get you in, will be back soon!” President Trump wrote to describe the attached photo.

The president then continued with another tweet to blame “Radical Left Dems & their Partner, LameStream Media” for their fake news by reporting the arena was empty.

“Biggest crowd EVER, according to Arena people. Thousands outside trying to get in. Place was packed! Radical Left Dems & their Partner, LameStream Media, saying Arena empty. Check out pictures. Fake News. The Enemy of the People!” he wrote.

In a previous tweet on Aug. 16, President Trump said he had great time in New Hampshire where it “was maxed out, totally packed, with thousands coming to the arena floor at start. Thousands more outside that were not allowed in per code. Energy was really great to see. We will win New Hampshire in 2020!”

For the atmosphere inside the SNHU Arena, the president retweeted a photo of his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani with a message saying President Trump 2020 rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, blows presidential hopeful Joe Biden and other Democrats away.

“I haven’t been at a Trump rally since the 50 or so during the 2016 campaign. These are masterful performances. No one in American politics can excite a crowd like @realDonaldTrump. Very few ever have. This is a unique and potent political weapon,” Giuliani wrote in another message that President Trump also retweeted.

In the rally in New Hampshire, President Trump made a speech that was an hour and a half in which he focused on the economy. The smiling president told the crowd they had “no choice” but to give him their vote in 2020, suggesting if he wins the election, the markets will go up.