I didn't know it was going to be so zoomed in right on me and my friends. He told the news company that he had won VIP tickets and even met the President for a photo-op before the rally began. So whenever I disagree with him, you could tell that I disagreed. The West Billings high school senior, seated directly behind the president, reacted to Trump's remarks with a range of animated expressions.
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).
Before they were positioned behind the president, those situated in that area were told, apparently, that they must "clap and show enthusiasm" - a request Linfesty ignored.
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. It was around that point that Tyler took a "Democratic Socialists of America" sticker from his pocket and affixed it to his shirt, he said.
"What I'm really disturbed by is the fact that two months ago, when the president came out and announced his nominee, Jon Tester said, 'I'm going to keep an open mind and meet with Brett Kavanaugh, '" Rosendale said.
A woman who appeared to be longtime Republican operative Zina Bash eventually came and took the man's place on camera. "In different ways, that's going to happen with us", Trump said.
"When I heard the policies, I disagreed with a lot of them", Linfesty said.
"I beat all of these senators, all of these governors, all of these brilliant political minds", said Trump, alluding to the field of 16 other Republicans who ran for president.
He said he wasn't given a reason for being removed from the crowd but the organisers sent someone in to tell him and his friends to leave. It'll also get your removed from the rally courtesy of the Secret Service.
Linfesty said there wasn't much explanation about why he was kicked out, though he had a good idea. "And I wasn't doing that because I wasn't enthusiastic and I wasn't happy with what he was saying". Max Baucus, D-Mont. Kaiser said Tester had demonstrated a "proven bipartisan record of working with this administration when it helps Montana and oppose them when it doesn't".
"The past 24 hours has been completely insane", Linfesty said.