Unenthusiastic ‘Plaid Shirt Guy’ who was removed from Trump rally

Unenthusiastic ‘Plaid Shirt Guy’ who was removed from Trump rally

Unenthusiastic ‘Plaid Shirt Guy’ who was removed from Trump rally

The unidentified man, sporting a beard and dressed in a check shirt, was stood directly behind the president and pulled several disbelieving facial expressions as Trump went on the attack against his political opponents.

His facial expressions and reactions to the president's speech are going viral and even celebrities tweeted about him using the #PlaidShirtGuy hashtag on social media. As the Billings Gazette reported, the high school senior had applied for the tickets and learned that he would be getting VIP seating, so he decided to make the most of it.

He said no one specifically told him why he was being kicked out, but he suspects he wasn't showing the proper amount of excitement during Trump's speech.

Images caught the teen appearing surprised or amused during the speech and even at one point he mouths "have you?" after the president said he's picking up support for his team. He quickly became immortalized on the internet as "Plaid Shirt Guy" after he was spotted visibly reacting to the president's words just behind his right shoulder. "She just said to me, 'I'm going to replace you'".

'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",' the teen said, insisting he was not seeking attention with his dramatic reactions.

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Linfesty was later interviewed on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, saying his reactions were natural and not acted out, and that he would have given them if anybody said such ridiculous things to him.

Linfesty said those were "actual, honest" reactions he had to the President's remarks, adding, "I was not trying to protest".

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"I saw this woman walking toward me on the left", Linfesty told the paper.

"They treated me fine", he told The Billings Gazette.

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Tyler Linfesty, not exactly a Trump supporter, explained he wanted to go to "see the President and hear what he had to say".

Obviously aware that he was on camera, the young man also put a "Democratic Socialists of America" sticker on his shirt during the event - and pointed to it.

Linfesty said he and his friends were asked to wear the red hats with Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again". He can also be seen standing soberly at various points in the rally when the other audience members clapped and cheered.

"I mean I'm not going to pass up the opportunity to see the president of the United States", he said. After about 10 minutes, they told him to leave.

"Some Secret Service guys took me backstage and told me to wait".

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