Trump pulls ‘mini-Trump’ on stage during rally, crowd goes wild

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WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP, Pa. – A young child stole the show during Donald Trump's rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Pennsylvania Monday night.

In the middle of Trump's speech, he asked a young child to join him on stage. Not just any child, but a miniature doppelgänger of Trump himself.

"Look at that guy over there!" Trump said.

"Bring him up!" the crowd began chanting.

An aide handed the toddler up to Trump, and he carried him over to the microphone.

The boy was dressed in a black suit with a red tie and a large "vote" button. To top it off, he had a thick coiffe of blond hair on his head.

"Now, he's supposed to look like Donald Trump, but he's actually much too good-looking," Trump said.

Trump asked him if he wanted to go back with his parents, or stay with Trump.

"Trump!" The boy repeated, as the crowd erupted in cheers.

Trump handed the boy back to his parents as the crowd chanted Trump's name.

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