The Trump fan, who was wearing a red MAGA-branded trucker cap, was standing directly behind the President.
During the rally, the Republican supporter was seen “dabbing” at least ten times.
Dabbing, or the dab, is a simple dance move or gesture in which a person drops the head into the bent crook of a slanted, upwardly angled arm, while raising the opposite arm out straight in a parallel direction.
It was popularised through internet memes and has been a part of American youth culture since 2015.
The move looks similar to sneezing inside the elbow.
Trump seemed oblivious to the dance moves as he continued speaking in his usual fiery rhetoric.
The youngster could be seen dabbing while basketball coach Bobby Knight came up to the stage to speak.
Introducing Mr Knight, Trump said: “He was put in the hall of fame in 1991.
“Bobby Knight was the last coach to have an undefeated season.
“He was with before I started, he was wth me – literally – right from the beginning.”
Vice President Mike Pence also made an appearance at the rally, arguing Trump had “delivered” on his campaign promises.
He said: “We are putting Indiana workers and Indiana farmers first and the results have been huge.”
His words were greeted with raucous applause from the crowd.
Overall, Trump’s Indianapolis rally was similar to his rally earlier in West Virginia, although he did not bring up his earlier theory that Republicans might lose the House of Representatives.
The president has largely focused on illegal immigration in the days before the election, a topic which could motivate Mr Trump’s base to turn out and vote in the midterms even though he is not on the ballot.
He said: “The Democrats want to invite caravan after caravan.”
Trump then argued Democrats want caravans “full of illegal aliens to flood into our country”.
Source : EXPRESS