Which celebrities are supporting President Trump’s reelection?
On November 3, 2020, America will go to the polls to choose between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. In many states, early voting and mail-in ballots mean decision time will come even sooner.
Celebrities, including actors, musicians, sports figures and YouTubers, have not wasted any time in lining up behind their favorites. As of early fall 2020, here are the famous faces who have expressed support for President Trump in recent months.
The country singer performed the national anthem after Vice President Mike Pence’s speech during the third night of the Republican National Convention on August 26, 2020.
In 2018, the actress and stand-up comic lost her job on her self-named ABC sitcom after posting a tweet with racist language. She later told Sean Hannity, “I’m not a racist and the people who voted for Trump, they’re not racist either, and Trump isn’t a racist, sorry. We just have a different opinion.”
Barr has expressed empathy for the 45th president. She has also posted a photo of herself wearing a “Trump 2020” baseball cap with the caption, “2020 vision.”
UFC president Dana White and Donald Trump go back for years; the president is credited with helping White revitalize his mixed martial arts company in the early 2000s. In February 2020, White spoke at a Trump rally in Colorado.
White also appeared at the 2020 Republican National Convention. In this screenshot from the RNC livestream, White addressed the virtual convention on August 27, 2020.
The businessman and former NFL athlete spoke at the virtual RNC on August 24, 2020 and talked about his long friendship with Donald Trump. He has also expressed su
The “Happy Days” and “Arrested Development” alum is an outspoken fan of the GOP candidate. He supported Mr. Trump in 2016 and gave a prime-time speech at that year’s Republican National Convention.
Baio has since appeared in an interview on the official website of the 2020 campaign.
Antonio Sabato Jr.
The former model and “Melrose Place” actor threw his weight behind Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. He has since complained of losing job opportunities because of his political beliefs.
Sabato, who now lives in Florida, told Variety in March 2020 that he supports a second Trump term.
“The country is doing fantastic,” he said. “I think he’ll be elected by 100 million votes.”
Diamond and Silk
The online video stars known as Diamond and Silk appeared with then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump an Iowa rally in 2016.
The duo — sisters whose real names are Lynnette Diamond Hardaway and Rochelle Silk Richardson — still count themselves as loyal supporters.
A pinned Tweet at the top of their Twitter profile page shows a photo of the pair meeting with the president, along with this message: “Thank you for being the best President ever. … Thank you for paving the way for all Americans to have an opportunity at obtaining the American Dream.”
“I think Trump, no matter what anybody thinks of him, is doing a good job at trying to get these states — and all of the American people — what they need,” the actor said in April 2020, “and also trying to hold our economy together and be prepared for when this is all over.
Quaid’s brother, Randy, also has voiced approval of Trump.
“Donald Trump’s message sings to Americans because he doesn’t play politically correct brain-dead games,” the rocker has said. “He calls them like he sees them.”
For 2020, Nugent is supporting Trump’s re-election by selling trucker caps with a decidedly not-safe-for-work (but GOP-positive) message.
“This November, we must vote to help keep President Trump in office,” the actor said in a July 22 video statement, “so he can carry the torch for this land of the free.”