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

PLAID SHIRT GUY? Look on teen's face at Trump rally raises eyebrows

President Donald Trump claimed at a Montana rally on Thursday that even his critics were angry with the New York Times about the anonymous op-ed by a senior White House official that slammed the president and said there was a resistance within the administration working to thwart him.

He merely obligatory to witness the president and hear his speech."I imply I'm no longer going to creep up the opportunity to witness the president of the United States", he mentioned.In the end, the Trump crew gave the affect to contain had ample.

"Before the rally, they told us that, you know, you have to be enthusiastic and be clapping and cheering for Donald Trump".

For those who don't have V.I.P. access, there's another way to get front and center at a rally: Show up early. "What your administration has done is bring us back to life", the man told Trump.

He says he was surprised to be selected as a VIP for Thursday's event in Billings, which allowed him to get a photo taken with Trump and to stand behind the president.

President Trump then proceeded to urge his supporters to vote in this fall's midterms.

During a fiery speech, while arguing that he has done wonders for the US economy, Trump warned against the idea of impeachment, suggesting that his removal from the highest office in the land would jeopardize democracy in the United States, creating a situation in which the opposition party would always try and impeach the sitting president.

Tyler Linfesty, known to social media users by the moniker Plaid Shirt Guy, has gotten a ton of attention since the Trump campaign-style rally in Montana for his unenthusiastic looks during the president's remarks before a packed crowd of thousands. "Jon Tester can not be trusted to stand with President Trump and support our fundamental right to self-defense". But, he said, "I had to be honest in my views".

"You didn't go out to vote that's the only way it could happen", Trump said during a rally. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) pounced.

"I will worry about that if it ever happens", Trump said. Of the five Democrats up for re-election in deep-red states, Tester and Missouri's Claire McCaskill voted against Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation in 2017, while the others - Indiana's Joe Donnelly, North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp and West Virginia's Joe Manchin - backed Gorsuch.

As Kavanaugh's hearings began, Cramer launched an ad attacking Heitkamp for a January procedural vote that effectively blocked legislation to make almost all abortions after 20 weeks illegal.

Tester has largely opposed Trump's agenda.

In a fundraising email to supporters Thursday morning, Tester highlighted Trump's visit to the state.

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