While the celebrity support for Hillary Clinton is through the roof, believe it or not, there are a few stars who decided to get on the Trump train. Actor, Scott Baio and his wife Renee Sloan, took to Twitter to show their support for Donald after casting their vote for the GOP nominee. See the pic here!
Scott Baio, 56, and Renee Sloan, 43, are two celebs that are not “with her.” Yes, we’re serious. The couple took to Twitter, Nov. 8, to show their support for Donald Trump, 70, with their voting stickers proudly on. Renee rocked a Trump hat that read his campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” and a matching shirt that said, “Love Wins.” Scott’s head was cut out of the photo, but he appeared to be wearing a Trump hat as well!
We know it is hard to believe Donald is receiving celeb support, since most stars seem to be on team Hillary Clinton, 69. But, Scott and his wife aren’t just any ole’ Donald supporters, they are strong advocates for him. Their Twitter pages are filled with pro-Donald tweets and photos about the election. While some people on Twitter agree with their strong opinions, others hit them with backlash in support of Hillary. Other known Donald supporters include, Aaron Carter, 28, Tila Tequila, 35, Stacey Dash, 49, Mike Tyson, 50, and apparently Tom Brady, 39, and Bill Belichick, 64.
The photo below, is just one of the many pics Scott has posted in favor of Donald. He and his wife exercised their right to vote, and are of course, entitled to their own opinions. However, people on the internet still continue to give them hate.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) October 19, 2016
Scott feels so strong about the 2016 election that he even posted a 10-minute long Facebook Live video Nov. 7, voicing all of his thoughts on it. He even answered questions from fans and viewers. The actor sarcastically revealed his angry opinions on Hillary’s emails, as well as his thoughts on the “fixed” and “corrupt” ways of higher power involving the election. Scott told people to “get pissed” and “go vote.”
The celebrity presence within the election has been very powerful over the course of both of the candidates’ campaigns. Stars like Miley Cyrus, 23, Ciara, 30, Katy Perry, 32, and many more have all taken to social media use their status to influence fans and young millennials in a positive way. Either way, we will have a new leader by the end of Nov. 8 — Donald or Hillary, and here’s everything you need to know!
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