Believe it or not, people are continuing to endorse Donald Trump. Yes, it’s happening.
After Chris Christie announced his support for the real estate tycoon and Republican presidential candidate, another public figure came out of the woods to show his support: Aaron Carter. The 28-year-old pop singer announced his Trump endorsement via Twitter on Saturday.
To no surprise, his followers began bashing him and he did not hold back.
In response to followers saying he could lose fans due to his support for Trump, Carter said, “That’s ok. Losing fans gaining fans all good so what happens when Donald becomes president relax people.”
Aaron also stated that he doesn’t agree with some of Trump’s beliefs, such as the immigration ban and his stance on deporting Muslims.
Meanwhile, Donald seems unbothered about a KKK endorsement, although he denounced the group years ago. In an interview with CNN, Donald denied any knowledge or affiliation with the white supremacist group. “I know nothing about David Duke, I know nothing about white supremacists…I don’t know David Duke, I believe I never met him, and I just don’t know anything about him,” said Donald, though he reportedly spoke publicly about the group back in 2000 in a New York Times article.
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