Here’s why everyone is talking about the superfan Trump brought on stage

A Trump superfan got the thrill of a lifetime when he was called on stage during President Trump’s raucous rally in Melbourne, Florida.

Gene Huber, a car salesman from Boynton Beach, waited in line since 4 a.m. to attend the event, which started at 5 p.m. During that time, he was interviewed by numerous media outlets, where he praised Trump’s plans to restore American jobs and ensure national safety.

When the president spotted Huber in the crowd, he invited him on stage, hugged him, and asked him to say few words.

A stunned but ecstatic Huber obliged, telling the crowd: “We the people, our movement, is the reason why our president of the United States is standing in front of us today.”

When Huber was done, President Trump joked, “A star is born!”

Thanks to Trump, Gene Huber is being hailed as this year’s “Joe the Plumber,” which is the regular, hard-working everyman who represents the millions of patriotic Trump supporters around the nation.

In a gushing interview with CNN, Huber said he salutes a cardboard cutout of President Trump every day.

“I salute that every single day and I tell him, ‘Mr. President, I pray for your safety today,’ ” Huber said. “I’m not lying. I do that every single day.”

Leftists mocked Huber, even though he has a job, pays taxes, and doesn’t riot or destroy property like Obama and Hillary supporters.

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Based on his Twitter photos, Huber also has a beautiful home, so he must make a pretty good living. But haters gonna hate.

How soon libs forget that Hillary Clinton supporters bawled like babies when they met her.

Meanwhile, Trump supporters cheered Gene Huber’s patriotism and enthusiasm.

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Samantha Chang


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