‘Duck Dynasty’s’ Willie Robertson Voices Support for Donald Trump: “I Do Like”

“Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson speaks during a recent campaign rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (right) at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.


‘Here’s the deal. We’re both successful businessmen. “We both have pretty big shows on television”, he said. We both have wives that are 1,000 times better looking than us, so I like Trump’. The A&E star and outspoken Christian responded, “I Do Like Me a few Trump”.

When it comes to pop culture, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump scored a key endorsement from “Duck Dynasty’s” Willie Robertson, according to Breitbart News.

It’s too soon to know if the “Duck Dynasty” star will get serious about throwing support behind Trump’s campaign, and there’s a long way to go yet before election day. “You’re going to get bored of winning”, he continued, before explaining why he chose to run for the party’s nomination.

Trump, speaking earlier on Friday in Washington, DC, held aloft a personal copy of the Holy Book, which had a note in from his mother, as well as the address of his boyhood home.

“I love Christmas. I love Christmas”.

‘We have many difficulties. “But you see “Happy Holidays” all over”, he said.

In June, Robertson sent out a fundraising e-mail on behalf of Jindal asking supporters to “help my friend Bobby”, adding, “Bobby has my vote”. “Our biggest difficulty is our politicians who are all talk and no action”, he said. “He just preached”, Robertson said about Jindal’s visit. “I still like him”.

As of Monday night, his Twitter account still proudly displayed a photo of the Louisiana governor posing with Robertson.


In 2014, Jindal’s wife, Supriya, joined Willie Robertson’s wife, Korie Robertson, to spread awareness about adoption by rappelling 300 feet down the One America Place building in Baton Rouge. Willie Robertson tends to be fairly diplomatic, but everybody remembers the headlines from when his father Phil shared his conservative opinions in an interview in 2013.

Donald Trump shared the stage with a West Monroe native Friday evening at the Oklahoma State Fair in Oklahoma City. There Duck Commander