The two red-state Senate Democrats find themselves caught between their Senate leaders and their states' more conservative voters, who are more broadly supportive of Trump's pick.
"For a presidential campaign to fail to do even a cursory vetting - the guy was wearing a Democratic Socialists of America sticker, for heaven' sake - is unprecedented", said Ms. Cunningham, whose firm works with Democratic campaigns.
Tyler's friends weren't the only ones who noticed his face.
Going viral and becoming a meme is comely straightforward in the age of Trump: Simply stand on the assist of The Orange One at his rallies and - this section's key - make silly faces throughout his speech. On social media, "the guy in the plaid shirt" quickly translated to #PlaidShirtGuy - and a meme was born.
"This anonymous, gutless, coward", Trump said.
"If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor, " Trump said. "I had no idea I was going to be on Trump's shoulder".
Trump was flying from Billings, Montana to Fargo, North Dakota, for fundraising events when he visited the press cabin aboard Air Force to address reporters accompanying him on the trip, part of an intense schedule of campaigning that Trump plans through the November 6 elections.
The teen, almost voting age, said he disagreed with most of those policies.
Big rigs abandoned as wildfire scorches California freeway
The Delta Fire was burning on both sides of Interstate 5, which has made it more hard to control the flames, Underhill said. This is partially because three fires merged into one fire, but also because the fire is extremely active at the moment.
Trump said numerous Senate Democrats whom Tester had helped elect "are attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools".
"Some people thought I was being disrespectful - I was not planning to be disrespectful", Linfesty told ABC Fox Montana. "When I disagreed, it was pretty apparent".
Less than an hour into Trump's speech, a woman came and took Linfesty's place behind the President.
The other two less-than-subservient attendees were eventually replaced by blonde women.
"I just saw her coming on my left, and all I heard her say was, 'I'm going to replace you now, ' " he said.
Linfesty told MTN News that he won VIP tickets, which also got him a picture with the President.
"Jon has opposed the president and he's trying to come back here and say he's supporting the president", Rosendale said.
And the NFL regular season is set to begin this weekend, with players' protests during the National Anthem expected to continue and Nike launching an advertising campaign featuring a favorite Trump target, former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Afterward, Secret Service looked at his ID and told him to leave, Linfesty told CNN Friday.