LAS VEGAS — President Trump is out to prove, as he did in 2016, that size does matter when it comes to drawing massive crowds to campaign rallies.
Thousands of cheering fans turned out for his freewheeling rallies at every stop as he barnstormed over the past three days from Florida to Georgia to Michigan to Wisconsin and Nevada. It’s an enthusiasm edge over Democratic challenger Joseph R. Biden that Mr. Trump relishes.
“We’ve got the most energy in the history of politics, and he’s got the least,” the president boasted to a rally crowd Saturday in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Indeed, Mr. Biden is lucky to have 100 supporters at one of his events, though he says a smaller crowd is more prudent during a pandemic. He is also banking on a less-is-more master plan that capitalizes on what he sees as America’s Trump fatigue.
Shouting from atop a stage into a parking lot dotted with dozens of honking, socially