Meet The Crowd-Surfing Toddler Who Was Autographed By Trump
Curtis Ray Jeffrey II seems pretty unimpressed about becoming part of the presidential campaign.
After a raucous rally in Louisiana, Donald Trump encountered a baby with a Trump sticker on his pacifier.
The GOP frontrunner autographed the hand of little Curtis Ray Jeffrey II.
The parents of the child, Mary and Curtis, spoke to INSIDE EDITION today about the encounter.
Mary said: "Donald Trump was so excited to see him."
The family patriarch said that the campaign has now swayed him to vote for the real estate mogul.
"We were undecided until the rally," he said. "We like what he is saying and we think he will do good for this country."
Donald Trump told the crowd in Louisiana that he's swearing off using foul language on the campaign trail.
He declared: “I'll never do it again, actually, and I’ll never even copy somebody, what they ask me to say, right?”
Twenty minutes later he said of GOP rivals: “I just hope you don't believe their crap. Because it's all crap.”
Actress Candice Bergen revealed she once went on a date with Trump in the 1960s.
"We had a blind date in college,” she told People.com. “It was a very short evening. I just remember that he was wearing a three-piece burgundy suit, and burgundy boots and (had) a burgundy limousine. He was very coordinated."
Bergen who is now 70, says she is supporting Hillary Clinton.
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