A crowd standing behind Trump, carefully curated to telegraph maximum enthusiasm for the president and his message. He wore a plaid shirt, a hand-me-down from his brother. Trump said, referencing what some in the media often ask.
Tyler raised his eyebrows and chewed his lip. Instead, Linfesty was wearing a Democratic Socialists of America pin.
The teen's amusing reactions to Trump's speech gained viral attention this week. He let out a similar look of disbelief when Trump said "our country is thriving".
President Donald Trump insisted he is competent enough to serve as the nation's chief executive during a speech Thursday night.
"And one of them will most likely be a candidate to run against your favorite-of-all-time president - me", he said.
"I have a feeling that's going to happen with us. You know why? Because people get it, they really get it". "I think their reporters should go and investigate who he is".
Everyone behind Trump was told to cheer and look as energised as possible.
"It's a real pickle", said GOP strategist Josh Holmes.
Mr Trump castigated Democrat leaders who have made impeaching him a central part of their political identity.
The teen, almost voting age, said he disagreed with most of those policies.
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But it was never Linfesty's intentions to steal the show, he said.
"I didn't really have a plan", Linfesty told the Gazette. Some stuff I agreed with, some stuff I disagreed with. "I'm not going to pretend to support something I don't support".
An unnamed woman walked up and told the young man he was being replaced, as were his friends.
He was barred from the Billings rally - but it's unclear at this point whether he's also banned from other functions across the state. "I wasn't happy about what he was saying". I was not trying to make those faces.
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.
"If it were up to me I would shut down the government over border security", he said.
But Democrats have already put Trump's ethical issues, temperament and fitness for office at the center of their midterm push, and the scandals that the Republican majority has shrugged off would likely be subjected to more intense investigation. They dubbed the teen "plaid shirt guy" and video clips of his reactions went viral online. He was interviewed on local news and invited to appear on "CNN Tonight" with Don Lemon, still clad in the same plaid shirt. He says: "I honor the flag". "I've always just liked being informed". "That was pretty different".
One of the two in the FFA jacket is Jack Bernhardt, who replied to Wilson: "I was the FFA kid on his right and I very much appreciate your comment!" I was doing the same thing.
He was told to smile and clap but "had to be honest with my views", Linfesty said. When he said something I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed.
Lemon asked if he was "deliberately making faces or if that was an actual reaction".