Montana GOP candidate to 'honor' Trump by eating 'Commander-in-beef Burger' before campaign rally with president
Donald Trump eating McDonald's fast food aboard his private jet (screengrab from the president's Instagram account)

Matt Rosendale, a Republican candidate running against Sen. John Tester (D-MT), is expected to campaign with President Donald Trump on Thursday after eating a "Commander in Beef" burger in the president's honor.


According to the Great Falls Tribune, Trump will visit Great Falls, Montana on Thursday to stump for Republican candidates. Trump has taken aim at Tester, who is the Democratic incumbent.

"Rosendale will greet the president after stopping for lunch at the Roadhouse Diner in Great Falls, where he is expected to eat a two-patty 'Commander in Beef' burger offered in honor of the president's visit," the paper noted.

Rosendale will then ride in the presidential motorcade to the Four Seasons Arena at Montana ExpoPark, where both he and Trump will speak at the rally.