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Hannah Rogers
September 10, 2018

"I knew that I was getting kicked out for not clapping so I didn't fight it", Linfesty explained.

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. "When I did agree, I would clap".

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.

On Thursday night, he compared himself to Abraham Lincoln, saying the Gettysburg address - one of the most famous speeches in American history - was panned at the time, and that he believes his own presidency will similarly be viewed in a more positive light historically. But, he says, his expressions were just his honest reaction to the speech - and he was not trying to protest. During the rally, he pinned the rose emblem of the Democratic Socialists of America on his shirt, the Billings Gazette reports.

After about 15 minutes, he was approached by a young woman, who informed him she was there to take his place, he told CNN.

The freaky incident happened as the USA president addressed a campaign rally crowd in Montana.

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"All of those reactions were my actual reactions", he said.

In an interview with Fox News, Trump said he had been persuaded that closing the government would hurt his fellow Republican candidates. It may perhaps perhaps perhaps also rating your removed from the rally courtesy of the Secret Carrier.

"They told me to leave, very respectfully. And I wasn't doing that because I wasn't enthusiastic and I wasn't happy with what he was saying".

"It's embarrassing to watch those people make fools of themselves as they scream and shout at this great gentleman", Trump said after three days of committee hearings on the nomination.

"The question is, What is it you want to have people think when they look at the picture?" said Jennifer Cunningham of SKDKnickerbocker, a political consulting firm that has worked on presidential campaigns.

He said he wasn't given a reason for being removed from the crowd but the organisers sent someone in to tell him and his friends to leave. There was no one sitting behind Mike Pence at that rally, so I got there really early and I sat in the front row. "But whenever I agreed with him, I clapped as well", he said.

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