President Donald Trump on Thursday, Oct. 17, told supporters at a packed stadium in Dallas that unpatriotic Democrats keep fighting for the 2020 election but “we never lose.”

In front of a massive crowd of approximately 30,000 gathered outside the American Airlines Center to watch the speech on a large screen, the president said, “At stake in this fight is the survival of American democracy itself.”

“Don’t kid yourselves,” he said of the Democrats, “I really don’t believe anymore that they love our country.”

“They want to impose an extreme agenda,” Trump said, referring to the field of Democrats seeking the White House. “They cannot pass it, and they cannot win it at the ballot box—they’re not going to win. They won’t come close in 2020. They know it.”

He continued, “They want to tear down symbols of faith and drive Christians and religious believers from the public square. They want to silence your voices on social media, and they want the government to censor, muzzle, and shut down conservative voices—you know that.”

“They’re coming after and fighting you and we never lose,” he said, predicting the 2020 election will be “a landslide” for Republicans.

A sea of red hats as supporters of President Trump lined up to enter the campaign rally on Oct. 17, 2019, in Dallas. (Jeffrey McWhorter/AP Photo)

As he campaigns for a second term, Trump’s team has focused attention on economic gains over the last three years, including the low unemployment rate.

“Last month, unemployment reached its lowest level in 51 years,” Trump said to applause. “1.3 million children have been lifted out of poverty—think of that. And, African American, Hispanic American, and Asian American unemployment rates have reached the lowest levels in history. Our great Hispanic American population has reached a poverty level, which is an all-time low in U.S. history. … The median income for Hispanic Americans has surpassed $50,000 a year for the first time ever.”

Members of the audience wear “Trump 2020” cowboy hats and chant, “Four More Years,” as President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally at American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019. (Andrew Harnik/AP Photo)

A couple of hours later, President Trump posted a series of tweets, accusing the Democratic Party of being against the American people.

Trump’s campaign and the RNC have been raking in record donations, raising $125 million in the third-quarter of 2019 and smashing the just over $70 million former President Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee raised in the third quarter of 2011.

Includes reporting from The Associated Press