Trump: Crowd in Phoenix Was 20,000. City: Actually the Number Was 4,200

The Phoenix Convention Center officials say they told Trump that the crowd would be cut off at 4,200, the fire code maximum.
Fox 10 has the report---

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - The valley is still buzzing after Donald Trump's big visit this past weekend. While his words were controversial to some, it was a Tweet he wrote that was controversial to city officials.

They say the number of people in the crowd was way less than what Trump was claiming and did not break the fire code. Thereano doubt it was a huge turnout to see and hear Trump for his campaign rally at the Phoenix Convention Center. But there are questions about how many showed up and did the crowd violate the maximum capacity for the ballroom?

It started with a tweet that Trump posted after the event claiming 20,000 people were in the room with a maximum of 4,200.

The head of the Phoenix Convention Center along with a Captain from Phoenix Fire say Trump's claims are not true. They told reporters that they were keeping track of the number of people going into the event, to make sure they did not exceed the maximum capacity allowed by fire code.

The PCC Director says he told Trump's campaign event organizers well ahead of the time the crowd would be cut off at 4,200

Here is a photo-
A capacity crowd of 4,200