An audience member standing behind President Trump at a campaign rally in Montana went viral Thursday night when he made funny faces at the camera during Trump’s speech.
The unidentified man was eventually removed from his spot. But he isn’t the first person to go viral while making a scene behind the president.
A marine veteran went viral after his friend fed him a chip.
In March of 2016, Marius Loots, a Marine veteran, sat with a couple of friends behind Trump at a rally.
He got hungry, so he asked one of his friend to feed him.
His friend gave him a nacho chip, sailing it through the air as if it were on an airplane.
„I just said, ‚Yo, I’m hungry.‘ And he replied, ‚I gotchu,'“ Loots told INSIDER at the time. „And then he fed me that chip, airplane-style.“
Loots also told INSIDER that he became uncomfortable when Trump asked the audience to make a pledge, and said he and his friend just wanted to do something funny for friends and family.
The „Blacks for Trump“ guy frequently gets attention at the president’s rallies.
At several Trump rallies, there was a person carrying a „Blacks for Trump“ sign positioned behind the president. That person was identified by the Chicago Tribune as „Michael the Black Man,“ who is also known as Michael Symonette, Maurice Woodside, and Mikael Israel. His poster references gods2.com, a conspiracy theory website he runs. He was twice charged and acquitted for murder in 1990.
Chris Christie once stole the show.
In March of 2016, Trump was solidly the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination and gained the endorsement of a former rival, New Jersey governor Chris Christie.
At a speech shortly after his endorsement, all eyes were on Christie — who looked ashen.
The grave expression went viral, with many people saying he looked as though he’d been taken hostage.
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