Smirking 'Plaid Shirt Guy' Upstages Trump During Montana Rally

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It was clear from the man's facial expressions that he was not a big fan of what the president had to say, and eventually, he was asked to move. It's really bad for the country.

Democrats hope to ride a wave of anger among liberals toward Trump to take back control of at least the House, while Republicans aim to keep control of the House and the Senate, partly to protect the president from possible impeachment proceedings and congressional investigations. By the way, we're impeaching him, ' " Trump said.

Trump's campaign rallies are often characterised by raucous interactions among supporters, Trump, and, sometimes, protesters.

Donald Trump has always been reported to carefully manage his campaign rallies and other appearances, even hiring actors to cheer him, going back to his announcement of his candidacy in June of 2015.

Trump said similar things when he tweeted about the op-ed on Wednesday - though he suggested the Times made up the report.

He added: "This election you aren't just voting for a candidate". He engaged in a mock conversation, playing both the role of supporter and defender, during one portion of the rally.

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"'We will impeach him!'" Trump shouted, "'But he's doing a great job!' 'Doesn't matter.' Remember that line, 'He's doing a great job.' That doesn't matter.

The White House did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for comment. He has emphasized his independence and willingness to cross the aisle to work with Trump, who carried Montana by 20 percentage points two years ago.

"I don't even like to bring it up, the impeach word", Trump said.

In Montana, Trump warned that a Democratic-controlled Congress would pursue impeachment despite the strong economy and set a precedent that would hurt future presidents.

"What Tester did to Admiral Jackson should never, ever be allowed", Trump said, calling the allegations "lies".

"If that happened, every time a Republican or a Democrat - opposite - got elected president".