#PlaidShirtGuy goes viral for facial expressions during Trump's Billings rally

Kevin Lamarque  ReutersPresident Donald Trump greets the crowd as he arrives for his

Kevin Lamarque ReutersPresident Donald Trump greets the crowd as he arrives for his"Make America Great Again rally in Billings Mont. Sept. 6 2018

After the looks on his face apparently caught the attention of rally organizers, Linfesty was pulled from the VIP section a short time later, and replaced with a Trump supporter who was apparently more enthusiastic.

Tyler's friends weren't the only ones who noticed his face.

Vice President Mike Pence and Trump's Cabinet members spent the day issuing statements saying they weren't the authors of the op-ed. He swiftly grew to turn into immortalized on the get as "Plaid Shirt Guy" after he turn into once spotted visibly reacting to the president's phrases lawful on the assist of his appropriate shoulder.

"This anonymous, gutless, coward", Trump said.

Linsfesty told CNN's Don Lemon that he is actually a Democratic Socialist and that he signed up to go to the rally a week before with his three friends because he wanted to go to see the president and hear what he had to say.

Asked if anyone has been negative towards him, Linfesty said, "I mean it is the internet, so you are always going to find some negative stuff".

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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.

"They treated me fine", he told the Gazette. "I didn't know it was going to be like that all".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed it on Tuesday as "nothing more than fabricated stories, many by former disgruntled employees, told to make the President look bad".

"When he said something insane, I thought 'Wow that's insane, ' and when he said something I thought was reasonable I thought, 'well, that's reasonable'".

Trump was flying from Billings, Montana to Fargo, North Dakota, for fundraising events when he visited the press cabin aboard Air Force to address reporters accompanying him on the trip, part of an intense schedule of campaigning that Trump plans through the November 6 elections.

He added: "This election you aren't just voting for a candidate".

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"So, most likely, I will not do that", he said, according to a pool report. "When I disagreed, it was pretty apparent I'd say".

"I didn't really have a plan", he added. "I'm not going to pretend to support something I don't support".

The other two less-than-subservient attendees were eventually replaced by blonde women.

The president says Cramer will be the best choice for the state's Native American community and he's making a similar argument that he made to black voters in 2016. "I knew I was getting removed because I wasn't enthusiastic enough".

The Trump campaign did not return a request for comment Saturday morning.

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