An audience member had some colourful reactions to President Donald Trump's speech at a campaign rally in Billings, Montana, on Thursday.
"I think it's a big waste of time because there's no collusion" with Russians who sought to influence the 2016 election by hacking Democrats, Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One en route to a political appearance in North Dakota.
Linfesty, who is a part of the Democratic Socialists of America, said he saw the Trump rally staffer approaching and knew he was about to be kicked out. The same group of staffers reviewed a photo of the emblem and searched online for more information. Some stuff I agreed with, some stuff I disagreed with.
"I'm not going to pass up the chance to see the president of the United States" he told Lemon.
Linfesty was positioned directly behind President Donald Trump and made several facial expressions as Trump spoke, before a staffer asked him to leave.
Linfesty also explained what happened when he was asked to leave the rally. "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'". Instead, a bunch of people insist he's "telling it like it is" (very hard when you're a compulsive liar) and have decided he should be their leader, but that was not the case with the crowd directly behind him at his rally in Billings, Montana last night.
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"I was randomly chosen" to stand behind Trump, he told the Daily Beast. I was not planning to be disrespectful. "Because I won, I got an opportunity to meet the president", he said. But, he says, his expressions were just his honest reaction to the speech - and he was not trying to protest.
He said prior to attending the rally the were told the had to be enthusiastic and tried to get him to wear the presidents famous MAGA hat, which he refused.
"I know why they removed me".
"If the presidential cabinet believes that President Trump is "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office" as the 25th Amendment states, then every minute they make excuses is a minute that our country is at risk", Warren wrote on her website.
The 17-year-old Billings West High School senior talked with MTN News on Friday about his whirlwind last 24 hours, which included appearances on several national TV news outlets and being featured in dozens of articles across the country.