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- A guy wearing a plaid shirt who made several animated facial expressions during a Trump rally in Montana on Thursday has been identified as Tyler Linfesty, a 17-year-old high school senior.
- Linfesty was positioned directly behind President Donald Trump and made several facial expressions as Trump spoke, before a staffer asked him to leave.
- “I didn’t really have a plan,” Tyler told The Billings Gazette. “I was just going to clap for things I agreed with and not clap for things I didn’t agree with.”
- Tyler reportedly managed to have his picture taken with Trump while wearing a Democratic Socialists of America emblem, and also tried getting Trump to sign a copy of the “Communist Manifesto,” which was disguised as Trump’s book, “The Art of the Deal.”
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.
As Trump delivered remarks on Thursday night, Linfesty was positioned directly behind him and made several facial expressions before a staffer apparently asked him to leave. The high school senior’s reactions went viral the next morning and prompted amateur facial readers to analyze what he was saying.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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