Both President Trump and the Democrat presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke held election campaign rallies on Thursday, Oct. 17, and they were scheduled to be at the same time. Yet, photos reveal quite different outcomes.

Beto O’Rourke ‘s rally took place at the Theatre at Grand Prairie with the capacity of 6,350 seats while the Trump rally was expected to pack the 20,000- seat America Airlines Center.

A few hours before the start, only a handful of O’Rourke ‘s supporters gathered waiting outside the rally site, shows the photo on the tweet of CBS reporter, Caroline Vandergriff.

Vandergriff’s time-lapse video unveiled that President Trump’s supporters had camped outside the American Airlines Centers 24 hours ahead of its starting time. 

The dynamic of his supporters sparked a Thank you Dallas twitter from President Trump.

O ‘Rourke followed suit with a big calling to the Rally against Fear.

And the response to his call is quite significant, said Star Telegram reporter Nichole Manna.

But it was way meager than the waiting line at the president’s rally.

The same rally of the president in 2016 attracted some 16,000 attendees. And that turnout of O’ Rourke rally was somewhat the same size smaller.