Former President Donald Trump had a glorious moment on Thursday as he stumped in the backyard of Democrats with his rally at Crotona Park in the Bronx. In a deep-blue town known for not being warm to Republicans, the Republican presidential candidate managed to rally 25,000 supporters, a number far higher than the initial 3,500 expected to attend the rally.

As he took shots at his rival, President Joe Biden, during his speech, the crowd, which included Black, Hispanic, Asian, Muslim and White supporters per Fox News, erupted in a chant of “Four more years!” and “We love Trump!”

Before he began to blast Biden, Trump promised to bring about a better New York City.

Promising that his presidency would bring safety and better schools to the city, Trump said, “I’m here tonight to declare we are going to turn New York City around, and we are going to turn it around very, very quickly…We are going to make New York bigger, better and greater than ever before.”

Bringing Biden into the fray, Trump said that he is “the worst president in the history of our country” and “grossly incompetent.”

Pointing out that his administration from 2017 to 2021 were “four of the greatest years in the history of our country,” Trump continued, “But above all, New Yorkers have something called common sense and we do have common sense — an old fashioned American common sense is exactly what I intend to bring back to the White House, just like we had for four years.”

“I am going to pick up the phone and I’m going to call your mayor and your governor and I’m going to say this is President Trump, and I want to come back and help. Look, you have a Democratic governor, you have a Democratic mayor, and we are going to work with them and we’re gonna get this state and this city at a level that it’s never, it’s never seen before,” he added, as the crowd chanted, “Four more years!”

Laying down his promises, he further said, “The minute crooked Joe Biden shuffles out the door, I will rapidly rebuild the greatest economy in the history of the world. Look, we had the greatest economy in history. … It doesn’t matter whether you’re black or brown or white, or whatever the hell color you are. It doesn’t matter. We are all Americans. And we’re going to pull together as Americans.”

The GOP presumptive nominee went on to lay out a solid stance against illegal immigration, going on to recite AI Wilson’s song, “The Snake,” a song he usually employs as a metaphor to criticize unfettered illegal immigration.