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However, the high schooler stood out because of his animated facial expressions, that ranged from bewildered to skeptical. "I see people at school recognize me, 'Hey, that's plaid shirt guy.' Yeah, that's me".

It's no wonder that Linfesty wasn't too bothered by the removal, though, considering that he openly supports the Democrats (and can even be seen wearing a social democrats sticker while standing behind the president).

'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.

The Billings Gazette identified him as Tyler Linfesty, a senior at Billings' West High School.

Asked about the investigation, which he has repeatedly denounced as a "witch hunt", Trump reiterated to reporters that there was no collusion between anyone one his presidential campaign and the Russian government.

He said him and his friends did not have an agenda and had an open mind before attending. I had to be real with myself. "I was just going to clap for things I agreed with and not clap for things I didn't agree with".

"All of those reactions [during the rally] were my natural reaction", he told CNN's Don Lemon in an interview.

But none of these reactions were planned attempts to gain attention, Linfesty said.

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"I was probably making faces, too", he said.

Linfesty didn't expect to become an Internet meme after he was selected for a plum spot directly behind President Trump at the rally. He says those in the audience behind Trump were told to be enthusiastic and clap.

"When I heard the policies, I disagreed with majority", Linfesty said.

Linfesty, who sported not just a blue plaid shirt during the Trump rally but also a sticker for the Democratic Socialists of America organization, managed to squirrel himself into a position behind the president during Friday's rally. I was not planning to be disrespectful.

One of the two in the FFA jacket is Jack Bernhardt, who replied to Wilson: "I was the FFA kid on his right and I very much appreciate your comment!"

Linfesty says he turn into once lawful there to meet Trump, shake his hand, and buy a portray with him.

"I wasn't doing that because I wasn't enthusiastic and I wasn't happy about what he was saying", Mr Linfesty said.

Trump or those working for or with him apparently had enough of Linfesty's unenthusiastic expressions, as an unnamed woman walked up and told the young man he was being replaced, as were his friends.

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