Plaid Shirt Guy? Look on teen's face at Trump rally raises eyebrows

Plaid Shirt Guy? Look on teen's face at Trump rally raises eyebrows

President Donald Trump said on Thursday a possible shutdown of the USA government over border wall funding "most likely" would not happen until after the November congressional elections.

Democrats have largely appeared reticent to make the possible impeachment of Donald Trump a campaign issue heading into November's midterms.

As Trump delivered remarks on Thursday night, Linfesty was positioned directly behind him and made several facial expressions before a staffer apparently asked him to leave. The same group of staffers reviewed a photo of the emblem and searched online for more information. When I heard something that I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed.

At one point, during the president's predictable soliloquy on defeating Clinton in 2016-here, awkwardly claiming the electoral college is like running a mile while the popular vote, which Clinton won, is just a 100-yard dash-Linfesty was seen amusedly looking around, muttering to himself, "What?!"

"The question is, What is it you want to have people think when they look at the picture?" said Jennifer Cunningham of SKDKnickerbocker, a political consulting firm that has worked on presidential campaigns. Linfesty said Mr. Trump "gets the crowd really riled up, but the important part is to listen to the content of the speech".

"Some of us realizing I turn into once being disrespectful - I turn into once no longer planning to be disrespectful", Linfesty instantaneous ABC Fox Montana.




According to him, a woman in a black dress approached him and said, quite simply, "I'm going to take your place now". After about 10 minutes, they told him to leave.

"I knew that I was getting kicked out for not clapping so I didn't fight it", he said.

"I wasn't trying to protest, those were just my actual honest reactions", Linfesty told CNN. The two people directly behind Trump for a portion of the event appeared to clearly be there for the express goal of providing a visual commentary track mocking everything he said.

After the rally, he tweeted: 'Thank you Montana, I love you!'.

"What I'm really disturbed by is the fact that two months ago, when the president came out and announced his nominee, Jon Tester said, 'I'm going to keep an open mind and meet with Brett Kavanaugh, '" Rosendale said. "The last 24 hours have been insane, people at school recognize me as the 'plaid shirt guy'".

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