Political Endorsements 2024: Insights into Celebrity Political Support

By Sophia Maddox | March 13, 2024

Kid Rock

Donald Trump's presidency was polarizing to say the least, and while many of his celebrity supporters jumped ship following the results of the 2020 presidential election he's still backed by plenty of famous faces.

Celebrities like musician and conservative activist Ted Nugent, whose passionate rhetoric has struck a chord with many Trump supporters has stuck by 45's side, just like Kid Rock, whose unapologetic endorsement of Trump has garnered significant attention in the media. But it's not just rockstars backing the former president. He has Super Bowl winners, award winning rappers, comedians, and reality TV stars by his side.

Join us as we explore the intriguing realm of celebrity endorsements and their role in shaping the political landscape. As the 2024 presidential election draws closer we'll continue to update these influential personalities and their alignment with Trump's campaign.

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As an avid golfer and lover of all things on the right side of politics, the "Bawitdaba" singer has long been a close pal of Donal Trump. He's continued to lend his support to the former president on social media, especially when promoting his new music. On January 6, 2022, Mr. Rock posted this message on Instagram:

I just got off the phone with our 45th President (hopefully 47th) and he expressed how proud of me he was over “We The People” being the #1 song on Itunes! Suck on that you trolls, critics and haters! Thank you to all the fans, I can’t wait to see you on tour!

Jason Aldean

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In July 2023, former President Trump backed country music star Jason Aldean following the the controversy surrounding the music video for his song "Try That In A Small Town." Aldean has been a long time Trump supporter who's even visited 45's Mar-A-Lago resort with his wife. While Aldean hasn't explicitly stated his 2024 ballot box decision, it's safe to say that he won't be voting a straight Democratic ticket.