Who could make a crowd of Trump fans cheer more loudly than the Donald himself? Well, a miniature version of Trump, that's who.
At Monday's rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Trump spotted a toddler in the crowd sporting a familiar blonde mane, suit and badge saying "VOTE" - so Trump of course brought him onto the stage.
Trump hoisted the child into the air, kissed him and asked him three questions. A pattern seemed to emerge with the baby replying with the last word Trump said - which is probably why Trump finished with the question "Where's your daddy, and your mommy, right? Do you want to go back to them, or do you want to stay with Donald Trump?"
And what did the mini-me say in reply? "Trump" of course.
This is a turn-up for the books for Trump, who doesn't exactly have a good track record with babies. Remember this?
Or what about this gem.
Shall we close up on one of the baby's faces to see how he really feels about being held by the Donald?
But it looks as though Trump's luck with toddlers is changing, thanks to a certain mini-me.