The plaid shirt guy from the Trump rally reveals his identity

The plaid shirt guy from the Trump rally reveals his identity

President Donald Trump said during a rally in Montana on Thursday that Democratic-controlled Congress would pursue his impeachment.

"Earlier this year, Trump said I'd "have a big price to pay" this November - which means he's ready to do whatever it takes to defeat me".

Standing directly behind President Trump during his 75-minute rant was a plaid-clad young man, at times flashing incredulous, mocking faces directly to the camera as the president incoherently blustered about his critics.

"It's a real pickle", said GOP strategist Josh Holmes.

Trump has repeatedly threatened to shut down the government when funding runs out on September 30 if the U.S. Congress does not include enough money for a wall on the border with Mexico.

Trump said a debate on border security and immigration will take place after the elections, "when hopefully it will be easier because we'll have more Republicans".

More often than not, though, Trump said things Tyler disagreed with.

"Jon has opposed the president and he's trying to come back here and say he's supporting the president", Rosendale said.

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"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. When I heard something that I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed. "But I say, how can you impeach somebody who has done a great job?"

After a while, a woman came up to him and told him she was replacing him.

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

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.

So, whether you're a Trump supporter or not, it seems that this latest rally from the president had a little bit of something for everyone.

The ad ends with a warning to Montana voters that Tester can't be trusted: "Jon Tester has two faces, and we can't trust either one".

He had, in fact, attended a rally with Vice President Mike Pence the month before, also in Billings, with little fanfare. Trump said committee members were "attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools".

That youngster was happy at times and yelling at others, and at one point she could be seen wiping her nose with the American flag. "I was just going to clap for things I agreed with and not clap for things I didn't agree with".

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