Since announcing his bid for the presidency in June 2015, Donald Trump has steadily accrued (and lost) a number of endorsements from celebrities — some of whom are more notable than others.
In the aftermath of his lewd comments from a 2005 “Access Hollywood” video that leaked in October, Trump lost the support of a few entertainers, including singer Aaron Carter, rapper Azealia Banks, and actress Kirstie Alley.
With Election Day at hand, however, the Republican presidential nominee has managed to retain a variety of endorsements in the entertainment world — from former sports stars like Mike Tyson and Dennis Rodman to major musicians like Kid Rock and Ted Nugent, the latter of whom performed for Trump at one of his final campaign stops on Sunday.
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One of the most famous “Apprentice” alums is not only a supporter of her former reality-show host, but she has also been named Trump’s director of African-American outreach.
In an interview for a recent PBS documentary, Omarosa Manigault said that Trump’s detractors will have to “bow down” to him when he becomes president.
Omarosa has also been vocal in defending Trump’s stance on women, telling CNN, “Donald Trump does not have a woman problem… Yes, he’s said things off the cuff, but to take them and use them and try to apply them to all women, just because he doesn’t like Rosie O’Donnell, doesn’t mean he hates all women.”