‘Sticker Kid’ upstages Clinton at Iowa caucus

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I don't know if you heard, but there was a clear winner at last nights caucus in Iowa, and he's not even a candidate.

A college kid managed to upstage Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won Iowa.

While Clinton said she was breathing a "sigh of relief" after being neck and neck with Bernie Sanders for the Democrats,  a sticker-clad Drake University student with Clinton stickers all over his face, was seen making faces behind her as she spoke during her victory speech.

He quickly became known as #Stickerboy, or #Stickerkid, to those on Twitter watching at home.

Mashable.com caught up with him. His real name is Peter Clinkscales, and according to his Twitter page, he's a "simple man who likes pretty, dark-haired women and breakfast food."

He told the website that he originally wanted to bring a saxophone, but was bummed that it was deemed a security risk -- so he stuck with stickers.

No word yet on if he plans on heading to New Hampshire.

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