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6 Year Old Son of Congressman Goes Viral for Making Funny Faces While His Dad Defends Trump in Public


Guy Rose, the son of Tennessee Rep. John Rose, stole the show at a livestreamed speech on the House floor on June 3.

The most recent speech that Tennessee Rep. John Rose gave on Capitol Hill was memorable, but maybe not in the way that the politician meant.

On June 3, the Republican congressman spoke on the House floor. During his speech, his 6-year-old son Guy stole the show by acting silly for the C-SPAN cameras in the front row.

Rose, 59, started his speech by criticizing former President Donald Trump’s guilty decision on May 30 in his Manhattan criminal trial. Trump was found guilty on 34 felony counts related to falsifying business records.

But as he talked, his son, who was sitting right behind him, started to smile big for the camera, move into view more, and slowly take the stage for himself.

When the C-SPAN camera came around, Guy stuck out his tongue and made his eyes look very big. The kid moved around in his seat and stuck out his tongue. He started moving his hands at one point.

The short time Guy was on C-SPAN went popular and even turned into a meme. On X (which used to be Twitter), someone said that C-SPAN was “the greatest channel of all time.” Someone else made a joke that Guy “does NOT need media training.”

Rep. Rose didn’t mind his son’s play on stage. He wrote on X after the speech, “This is what I get for telling my son Guy to smile at the camera for his little brother.” In the post, he was talking about his 3-year-old son Sam.

AP says Guy finished from kindergarten last week and was with his dad, which is why he showed up on Capitol Hill.

Rose, on the other hand, has been in the news before. He defended Trump, who is now 77 years old, after he lost the 2020 race to Joe Biden. For no good reason, Rose wrote a piece in December 2020 calling the election a “rigged game.”

He also said in February 2024 that Trump did not “engage in insurrection,” which was a reference to the deadly riot in the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

As the 2024 election gets closer, Rose has continued to strongly back Trump. In a speech on June 3, he called the former president’s recent conviction—which was reached unanimously by 12 carefully screened jurors—”a result of a prosecution in search of a crime.”

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