Celebrities Who Are Voting For Donald Trump
With all the bad press he’s been getting lately, you might think to yourself, “Who is really planning to vote for Donald Trump?” Well, these celebrities have endorsed The Donald, and you might be surprised at who and why.
Terrell Owens must have had a really good time with Trump on The Apprentice because he endorsed Trump while speaking to TMZ earlier this year, saying, Trump is “a guy who won’t put up with B.S. and has what it takes to change how government is run.”
The Dallas Mavericks owner said he likes Trump because he’s a “killer:”
“Donald Trump has changed politics. We want to vote for a killer of those who threaten our future. He has sold his way to that position,” Cuban said.
“I think even those who hate him now, when the number of candidates thin, may come around and realize that he may be a better alternative and vote for him, even if they don’t like him. Will he be the next POTUS? I still think the odds are against it. But it will be a fun sport to watch.”
Basketball star Dennis Rodman tweeted his endorsement:
Hulk Hogan announced his support for Donald Trump — by saying he wants to be the candidate’s vice president. Could you imagine these two running the White House?
The Apprentice apparently created a lot of Trump supporters. Bodybuilder, the original Hulk, and former The Apprentice star Lou Ferrigno also supports Trump. He says it’s because the candidate is a great guy.
“All I can say is I wish Donald the best because he’s a fabulous guy I hope he goes all the way.”
When Owen Wilson called Trump “the Charlie Sheen of politics,” he thought he was insulting both celebrities. But Charlie Sheen flipped the script by saying that not only does he like Donald Trump — he, like Hulk Hogan, wants to be his vice president.
Actor Gary Busey told Fox News that he’s voting for Donald Trump because he’s not a fan of the current administration.
“I know him personally. I know him professionally. He’s a great guy. He’s sharp. He’s fast. He can change the country after the last eight years.”
Do you feel like you and Donald Trump are on the same page? Country Singer Kenny Rogers thinks so. During an interview with The Guardian, Rogers endorsed the candidate and said he was doing so because Trump says what “everyone” is thinking.
“I really like him. I think his problem is that he says what everyone wants to hear, but he doesn’t say it well,” Rogers said.
“I love what he says, I have to admit. He can be president and not owe anybody anything; he’s one of the few people has the money to do it, and has the guts to do it.”
Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Not only has the wrestler and former politician called Trump the “best” choice for president, he is the third star on this list who wants to be his vice president!
The Patriots quarterback hasn’t publicly endorsed trump. But he has publicly said that Trump “has done amazing things.” And he’s been spotted with Trump’s “Make America Great Again” hat on his locker.
Football legend Mike Ditka said he loves what Trump has to say — even if he doesn’t like the way he says it.
“I do like Donald Trump. I think he, sometimes he’s gotta think a little bit more before he says things, but I think he’s on the right track.”
Trump responded by saying that he loves Ditka too — and might even consider him for a position in his cabinet.
If someone asked you to guess who boxer Mike Tyson was voting for, would you have guessed Donald Trump? If not, you would have been wrong. Tyson wants the businessman in office — to run the country like a business:
“He should be president of the United States,” Tyson said. “Let’s try something new. Let’s run America like a business, where no colors matter. Whoever can do the job, gets the job. “
Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth said she’s a die-hard Democrat. But she has publicly supported Donald Trump, calling him the Tiger Woods of politics–if that makes any sense.
“When Tiger got involved with golf, people who had never been watching or involved or interested in golf, they got engaged. That’s what’s happening with this Trump candidacy.”