Trump slams 'deep state operatives,' vulnerable Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in Montana

Trump slams 'deep state operatives,' vulnerable Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in Montana

Trump slams 'deep state operatives,' vulnerable Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in Montana

A Montana teen was dubbed "plaid shirt guy" after he was seen at a Donald Trump rally making an array of facial expressions during Trump's speech and not clapping along with the crowd.

Voters will choose 35 senators, 36 state governors and all 435 members of the House of Representatives in the election scheduled for November 6. "It's because, well before the rally they told us that 'you have to be enthusiastic, you have to be clapping, you have to be cheering for Donald Trump, ' and I wasn't doing that because I wasn't enthusiastic, I wasn't happy with what he was saying".

Trump is holding a rally in Billings, Montana, on Thursday, spending the night and traveling to the Dakotas on Friday.

According to him, a woman in a black dress approached him and said, quite simply, "I'm going to take your place now".

National Republican Senatorial Committee communications director Calvin Moore said the group represented "a sad attempt by Tester to cover up his liberal record".

More often than not, though, Trump said things Tyler disagreed with. In fact, he said he clapped when Trump "railed against" the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and when the president said the 2016 Democratic primary was stolen from Bernie Sanders. "Right? And then a Republican", Trump said.

"You didn't go out to vote that's the only way it could happen", Trump said during a rally in Montana.

Voting for party control of Congress, Trump said, is "a very important thing". In his July visit, Trump mocked the #MeToo movement, called Massachusetts Democratic Sen.

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.

And when the president claimed he's "picked up a lot of support" in his fight against the so-called Deep State, a puzzled Linfesty raised his eyebrows and mouthed to himself, "You have?!" When the time came to end sanctuary cities, Jon voted no.

At another point, Trump began talking about how it's harder to win the Electoral College in a presidential election than the popular vote, and began criticizing Hillary for not figuring that out.

The president's strategy on the Supreme Court nomination aims to turn the screws on Tester and Heitkamp.

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"I was randomly chosen" to stand behind Trump, he told the Daily Beast. "It's why he's paying a second visit to my state", he wrote.

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