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.
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."
So what we have here is a troll. Was the Trump camp wrong to kick the kid out? The mainstream media is saying yes.
What say you?
A man wearing a plaid shirt sitting directly behind Trump at his Montana rally was asked to leave after making faces and mouthing messages during the president's speech pic.twitter.com/yXtKTRU7hE— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) September 7, 2018