Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

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

A teenager wearing a plaid shirt who made several animated facial expressions during a Montana campaign rally featuring President Donald Trump has been identified as Tyler Linfesty, a 17-year-old high school senior, the Billings Gazette reported. "When I disagreed, it was pretty apparent I'd say".

White House officials contend the Supreme Court was a powerful motivator for Republican base voters in 2016, when Trump won the White House, and they're seeking to capitalize on Kavanaugh's confirmation to help overcome an enthusiasm gap with Democrats.

"Contrary to what Jon Tester says in Montana, he has supported the gun-control agenda of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer by voting in favor of gun control in Washington, D.C.", Chris Cox, executive director of the institute, said in a statement.

But now Team Trump apparently has a new demand: Enthusiastically cheer Trump or be banished.

"When I heard the policies, I disagreed with a lot of them", Linfesty said. Cory Booker or California Sen.

"What Tester did to Adm. Jackson should never, ever be allowed".

'We will impeach him!' " Trump shouted, " 'But he's doing a great job!' 'Doesn't matter.' Remember that line, 'He's doing a great job.' 'That doesn't matter.

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks Thursday during a "Make America Great Again" rally in Billings, Montana.

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After the looks on his face apparently caught the attention of rally organizers, Linfesty and two friends were pulled from the crowd and replaced with more enthusiastic Trump supporters. A few Democratic lawmakers have called for Trump to be removed from office. John McCain, who died almost two weeks ago, for opposing his Obamacare repeal effort.

Trump ignored reporters' questions about who was behind the op-ed as he left the White House to travel to Montana. "The teen also chuckled when the president boasted about 'knocking the hell out of the terrorists".

And the NFL regular season is set to begin this weekend, with players' protests during the National Anthem expected to continue and Nike launching an advertising campaign featuring a favorite Trump target, former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

In fact, on Thursday, we saw a startling development involving North Korea and Trump.

Tester opposed Trump's first Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, and the Republican tax bill, but took flak from the left for supporting a bill easing the rules on banks.

The president's strategy on the Supreme Court nomination aims to turn the screws on Tester and Sen.

Of course, impeachment wasn't the only thing on Trump's mind on Thursday. "It's why he's paying a second visit to my state", he wrote.

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