'Mini-Trump' steals the show at Trump rally
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. - Less than 24 hours after a heated and contentious town hall-style presidential debate, Donald Trump was back on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania. But one young boy stole the show once Trump found him amongst the crowd of supporters Monday night.
In the middle of his speech at a rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Trump pointed out to the boy dressed in a black suit and red tie saying, “Look at that guy over there!” He had the child brought up to the stage where Trump gave the youngster a kiss on the cheek as the crowd enjoyed the moment.
“Now he’s supposed to look like Donald Trump, but he’s actually much too good looking,” Trump said while carrying the child on stage. “You are really handsome.”
When Trump asked the boy whether if he wanted to go back to his parents or stay with the Republican presidential candidate on stage, the toddler adorably said, “Trump,” bringing a huge round of applause and cheers from the crowd.