Man standing behind Trump at Montana campaign rally stole the show before he was moved away
- An audience member had some colorful reactions to President Donald Trump's speech at a campaign rally in Billings, Montana on Thursday.
- The unidentified man made several facial expressions as the president delivered his remarks.
- A woman later approached the man mid-speech and briefly spoke to him before taking his spot in the crowd.
As President Donald Trump delivered an impassioned speech at a campaign rally in Billings, Montana, on Thursday one audience member had some colorful reactions to the president's remarks
Standing behind Trump on Thursday night, the unidentified man made several animated facial expressions as the president spoke on his usual list of topics. A woman wearing the a "Make America Great Again" who stood beside the man appeared to be in on the joke.
"They had me stomping around screaming with anger, up in my area of the White House, where I lived with my wife and son ..." pic.twitter.com/xQ0HJ5W8jS— David Choi (@choibboy) September 7, 2018
"Why are they so filled with this much hatred? Why? Our country's thriving, jobs are booming, prosperity is soaring, and the future has never looked brighter for the USA." pic.twitter.com/trkixY80q0— David Choi (@choibboy) September 7, 2018
"We were low and we were headed down. We freed up this country with the regulations, and the tax cuts. We freed up our country and it's great to watch." pic.twitter.com/o1Z3jVdo05— David Choi (@choibboy) September 7, 2018
A woman later approached the man mid-speech and briefly spoke to him before replacing his spot in the crowd:
Trump's campaign rallies are often characterized by raucous interactions between supporters, Trump himself, and sometimes protesters.
After conducting 520 campaign rallies, Trump's staffers appear to have developed a surgical approach to addressing the riff-raff. During a rally in Evansville, Indiana, last week, one of Trump's volunteer staffers blocked a news photographer's camera lens as he tried to take a photo of a protester.