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The List Of Celebrities Who Will Be Supporting Trump During The Presidential Election Is Getting Bigger… *sigh*

As America reaches the last couple of weeks of the Presidential Election campaign, a few famous names have endorsed their support for Donald Trump. God help us!

Support is essential if one is to stay within the White House’s walls. With only a few weeks to do until America decides to re-elect Donald Trump or dump him for Joe Biden, more famous names have endorsed their feral and unruly president.

Mind you the names we’re about to reveal haven’t had much sway in Hollywood in a while so good luck to them.

First up we have Jon Voight who we know best as Angelina Jolie’s dad. His reasoning behind giving his support to Trump? Joe Biden looks ‘evil’.

Next up we have a name we haven’t heard in a while, Kirstie Alley. She says she’ll choose Trump on election day because he’s not a politician.

Thirdly we have the rapper, 50Cent and of course, Roseanne Barr who Trump himself adores and sent her congratulations when Roseanne‘s reboot premiere got high ratings.

According to a list by Fox News, there’s a few we didn’t know were Trump supporters, Here’s just a selection of them:

  • Justin Bieber’s father-in-law and Alec Baldwin’s brother, Stephen Baldwin
  • Sideshow Bob himself, Kelsey Grammar who thought Obama divided the American people while Trump would unite them
  • Scott Baio who is a longtime fan of Trump
  • Rapper Ice Cube
  • Kid Rock
  • Stacey Dash

The list goes on.

Do these celebrities not understand how much America will suffer if Trump is re-elected? The response to COVID-19 and how he didn’t take his diagnosis seriously should be major red flags.

To support a moron like Trump who degrades women and anyone who is not white, you need to take a long hard look at yourselves. Do you want a president who only thinks about the wealthy and has so much debt that he’s hiding his tax returns? Think again about how a president should act.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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