A list of people who publicly supported Donald Trump. History should never forget the names who promoted a fascist authoritarian for President of the United States of America.

Up to date as of 5/9/2016

U.S. Senators


  • Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire
  • Richard Burr of North Carolina
  • Tom Cotton of Arkansas
  • Ron Johnson of Wisconsin
  • John McCain of Arizona
  • Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader
  • Rob Portman of Ohio
  • Tim Scott of South Carolina
  • Jeff Sessions of Alabama
  • Dan Sullivan of Alaska
  • Rand Paul of Kentucky


  • Scott Brown of Massachusetts
  • Bob Dole of Kansas
  • Bob Kasten of Wisconsin
  • Trent Lott of Mississippi

U.S. Representatives


  • Lou Barletta of Pennsylvania (previously endorsed Rick Santorum)
  • Bradley Byrne of Alabama
  • Steve Chabot of Ohio
  • Chris Collins of New York (previously endorsed Jeb Bush)
  • Kevin Cramer of North Dakota
  • Ron DeSantis of Florida
  • Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee
  • John Duncan of Tennesse
  • Renee Ellmers of North Carolina
  • Brett Guthrie of Kentucky
  • Duncan D. Hunter of California
  • Darrell Issa of California
  • Peter T. King of New York
  • Loenard Lance of New Jersey
  • Tom Marino of Pennsylvania
  • Thomas Massie of Kentucky
  • Candice Miller of Michigan
  • Jeff Miller of Florida
  • Steven Palazzo of Mississippi
  • Tom Reed of New York
  • Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania
  • Rob Wittman of Virginia
  • Lee Zeldin of New York


  • Newt Gingrich of Georgia, only Speaker of the House to be charged with ethics violations.
  • Virgil Goode of Virginia (also Constitutional Party presidential nominee in 2012)
  • Bob Livingston of Louisiana
  • Doug Ose of California

Executive branch officials


  • Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States to George W. Bush
  • Pat Buchanan, White House Communications Director (1985-1987)
  • Jeff Lord, former White House associate political director for the Reagan administration (1987–88)
  • Joseph E. Schmitz, Inspector General of the Department of Defense (2002-2005), former executive with Blackwater Worldwide, and member of the foreign policy advising committee for the Trump campaign.

Military figures

  • Michael T. Flynn, retired U.S. Lieutenant General, director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (2012–2014), commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign.
    Gary L. Harrell, retired as a Major General, former Delta Force commander, and adviser to the Trump campaign.
    Charles R. Kubic, retired Rear Admiral, former Commander of the 1st Naval Construction Division and 1st Marine Expeditionary Force Engineer Group, president of engineering firm ECC International, LLC, and adviser to the Trump campaign.
    Bert Mizusawa, U.S. Army Major General, former Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives, Joint Chiefs of Staff, former commander of the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force-Afghanistan (CJIATF-A), and adviser to the Trump campaign.
    Robert C. Oaks, retired U.S. Air Force General, commander of Air Training Command and United States Air Forces in Europe (1986–1990), former Senior Vice President of U.S. Airways, and general authority of Mormon Church.
    Paul E. Vallely, retired U.S. Army Major General, 351st Civil Affairs Commander (1982–1986), former Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command, co-author of Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror, and Military Committee Chairman for the Center for Security Policy.

State Governors


  • Greg Abbott, Texas (previously endorsed Ted Cruz)
  • Phil Bryant, Mississippi (previously endorsed Ted Cruz)
  • Chris Christie, New Jersey (former 2016 presidential candidate)
  • Mary Fallin, Oklahoma
  • Nikki Haley, South Carolina
  • Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas
  • Paul LePage, Maine (previously endorsed Chris Christie)
  • Pat McCrory, North Carolina
  • Mike Pence, Indiana
  • Rick Scott, Florida
  • Pete Ricketts, Nebraska
  • Brian Sandoval, Nevada
  • Ralph Torres, Northern Mariana Islands
  • Scott Walker, Wisconsin (former 2016 presidential candidate)


  • Jan Brewer, Arizona
  • Jim Gilmore, Virginia (former Democratic presidential candidate)
  • Mike Huckabee, Arkansas (former presidential candidate)
  • Jon Huntsman, Utah
  • Bobby Jindal, Louisiana (former presidential candidate and previously endorsed Marco Rubio)
  • Sarah Palin, Alaska (also nominee for Vice President in 2008)
  • Rick Perry, Texas (previously endorsed Ted Cruz)

Statewide officials


  • Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida (previously endorsed Jeb Bush)
  • Edward F. Cox, Chairman of the New York Republican State Comitte
  • Jeff DeWit, State Treasurer of Arizona
  • Sue Everhart, Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party
  • Adrienne Foster, director of the Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission
  • Kris Kobach, Secretary of State of Kansas
  • Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
  • Jesse Singh, chair of Maryland Governor’s Association on South Asian Affairs and founder of the group American Sikhs for Trump


  • André Bauer, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
  • Bob Corbin, Arizona Attorney General
  • Carol Springer, State Treasurer of Arizona

State legislators


  • Alabama State Representatives: Ed Henry, Jim Carns
  • Connecticut State Representative: Anthony D’Amelio
  • Florida State Representative: Matt Gaetz
  • Georgia State Senators: Burt Jones, Michael Williams
  • Iowa State Senator: Brad Zaun
  • Massachusetts State Representative: Geoff Diehl
  • Michigan State Senators: Jack Brandenburg, Joe Hune
  • Mississippi State Representatives: Becky Currie, Alex Monsour, Joey Fillingane, Margaret Rogers, Gary Chism, Charles Busby, Jeff Hale, Randy Patterson, Gary Staples
  • Nevada State Assemblyman: Brent A. Jones
  • New Hampshire State Representatives: Fred Doucette, Werner Horn, Joe Pitre, Stephen Stepanek (Deputy Majority Leader), Dan Tamburello, Joshua Whitehouse, Robert Fisher
  • New Jersey State Senators: Michael J. Doherty, Joe Pennacchio
  • New York Assembly: David DiPietro, Bill Nojay
  • Oklahoma State Representatives: Mike Christian, John R. Bennett
  • Oklahoma State Senators: Ralph Shortey, Mark Allen
  • Pennsylvania State Representative: Mike Vereb
  • Rhode Island State Representative: Joseph A. Trillo
  • South Carolina State Representative: James H. Merrill (former Majority Leader)
  • Utah State Representative: Greg Hughes
  • West Virginia State Senators: Donna J. Boley, Bill Cole, Mark R. Maynard
  • West Virginia State Delegates: Randy Smith, Ron Walters, Brad White, Ray Canterbury, Joshua Nelson


  • Arizona State Senators: Lori Klein, Robert Blendu, Thayer Verschoor
  • Idaho State Representative: Phil Hart
  • Louisiana State Representative: Stephen L. Gunn (Independent)
  • Louisiana State Senator: Troy Hebert
  • New Hampshire State Senator: Richard Ferdinando
  • New Hampshire State Representatives: Jenn Coffey, Lou Gargiulo, Paula Johnson
  • Oklahoma State Representative: Mike Turner
  • South Carolina State Senators: John Russell (also former representative and son of former Democratic Governor Donald S. Russell), Jake Knotts
  • West Virginia State Senator: Vic Sprouse
  • West Virginia House of Delegates: Rusty Webb

Mayors and other municipal or county leaders


  • Joe Arpaio, fellow birther and sheriff of Maricopa County
  • Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr., Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Joseph Borelli, Council member for the 51st District of the New York City Council
  • Mary Hawkins Butler, Mayor of Madison, Mississippi
  • Jim Campbell, Chairman of the Greenwich Republican Town Committee
  • Thomas J. Coyne Jr., Democratic Mayor of Brook Park, Ohio
  • Thomas Dadey, Republican Party chairman of Onodaga County, New York
  • Arnaldo Ferraro, Republican Party chairman of Kinks County, New York
  • Margaret Frontera, Bergen County Republican Organization convention comittee
  • Lawrence Garvey, Republican Party chairman of Rockland County, New York
  • Nghi Ho, school board members of Alief, Houston, financial services business owner, and member of the Texas Asian Republican Caucus
  • Tim Howard, Erie County Sheriff
  • Scott Kidrowski, Republican Party chairman of Niagara County, New York
  • Nicholas A. Langworthy, Republican Party chairman of Erie County, New York
  • John J. LaValle, Republican Party chairman of Suffolk County, New York
  • Ed Mangano, County Executive of Nassau County, New York
  • Van Mobley, Village President of Thiensville, Wisconsin
  • Joseph Mondello, Republican Party chairman of Nassau County, New York
  • Hal Moroz, Georgia county judge and city chief judge
  • Bill Reilich, Supervisor of the Town of Greece
  • Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors
  • Rodney Strange, Republican Party chairman of Chemung County, New York
  • Keith Summey, Mayor of North Charleston, South Carolina


  • Ronald Castorina Jr, GOP Staten Island Board of Elections Commissioner
  • Richard DeNapoli, Republican Party chairman of Broward County, Florida
  • Greg Edwards, former Chautauqua County Executive
  • Charles Evers, Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi, civil rights activist and brother of the late Medgar Evers
  • Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City, New York
  • Vincent Ignizio, Council member for the 51st District of the New York City Council
  • Tom Leppert, Mayor of Dallas, Texas
  • Bruce LeVell, Republican Party chairman of Gwinnett County, Georgia
  • Julio Martinez (as well as his wife Xiomara), Mayor of Hialeah, Florida
  • Nazy Sierra, Councilwoman of the City of Homestead, Floria


  • Ken Langone, co-founder of The Home Depot
  • Anand Ahuja, New York-based attorney, vice president of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016
  • Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., Founder and Chairman of Colony Capital
  • Andrew Beal, Founder and Chairman of Beal Bank
  • Edward Bourke, chairman and CEO of the Saving the Lion Foundation
  • Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Group Chief Executive
  • Marc Faber, Swiss investor
  • Brian France, CEO and Chairman of NASCAR
  • Harold Hamm, billionaire, entrepreneur, and oil and gas industry pioneer
  • Carl Icahn, billionaire activist investor
  • Keith Kellogg, former lieutenant general in the U.S. Army, executive vice president of Virginia-based intelligence and information technology consulting firm CACI International, member of foreign policy advising committee for Trump’s campaign
  • Robert Kiyosaki, businessman and author (authored two business books with the candidate)
  • Charles Kushner, real estate developer and co-owner of Kushner Properties
  • Jared Kushner, co-owner of Kushner Properties, owner of The New York Observer, son-in-law of the candidate
  • Robert Kraft, business magnate, Chairman and CEO of The Kraft Group, and owner of New England Patriots
  • Kenneth A. Lanci, businessman and philanthropist (also 2013 Democratic candidate for Mayor of Cleveland)
  • Nancy Mace, businesswoman and author
  • Carter Page, former Merrill Lynch employee, founder and managing partner of Global Energy Capital, former fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and member of the foreign policy advising committee for the Trump campaign
  • Carl Paladino, real estate mogul, Chairman of the Ellicott Development Co., Buffalo Public Schools board of education member
  • George Papadopoulos, director at London Center of International Law Practice, former adviser to Ben Carson’s presidential campaign, former research fellow at the a conservative Washington-based think tank The Hudson Institute, and member of the foreign policy advising committee for the Trump campaign
  • Daniel S. Peña, Sr. businessman, entrepreneur, mentor, and business coach
  • Kendal Prewett, owner of B&P Enterprises Inc.
  • Jon Reynolds, president of Charter Financial Services
  • Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander, star of Duck Dynasty, and former yuppie WASP. (previously endorsed Bobby Jindal)
  • Wayne Allyn Root, businessman, politician, television and radio personality (and Libertarian Party nominee for Vice President in 2008)
  • Phil Ruffin, businessman and partner of Trump Hotel Las Vegas
  • Paul Teutul, Sr. Co. founder of Orange County Choppers
  • Luke Thorburn, financial adviser and Goldman Sachs employee
  • Donald Trump Jr., businessman, son of the candidate
  • Eric Trump, businessman and philanthropist, son of the candidate
  • Ivanka Trump, businesswoman, writer, and former model, daughter of the candidate
  • Dana White, president of Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Steve Wynn, billionaire business magnate, CEO of Wynn Resorts Limited
  • Wirt Yerger III, business leader
  • Dennis Michael Lynch host of Dennis Michael Lynch UNFILTERED on Newsmax TV, Founder and CEO of TV360

University and academic figures


  • A.D. Amar, business professor at Seton Hall University and president of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016
  • Peter Navarro, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine
  • Walid Phares, Lebanese-born American professor at the National Defense University and Daniel Morgan Academy in Washington, member of the foreign policy advising committee for the Trump campaign


  • Ben Carson, Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, attempted murderer, and former presidential candidate
  • Kent Gray, former member of the Board of Trustees for Lincoln Land Community College, Illinois, and state director for Trump’s presidential campaign

International political figures

  • Jimmie Åkesson, Swedish MP, leader of the Sweden Democrats
  • Aleksandr Dugin, Russian political scientist
  • Jean-Marie Le Pen, French MEP, founder and former leader of the National Front (Surprise!)
  • Matteo Salvini, Italian MEP and leader of Lega Nord
  • Vojislav Šešelj, former Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia
  • Geert Wilders, Dutch MP and leader of the Party for Freedom
  • Tom Van Grieken, Flemish MP and leader of Vlaams Belang


  • Algemeiner Journal, Brooklyn-based tabloid
  • Conservative Action Report, South Carolina-based newsletter
  • National Enquirer, supermarket tabloid
  • New York Observer, weekly newspaper based in New York City
  • New York Post, daily newspaper based in New York City


  • Americans for Legal Immigration PAC
  • Atlantic County Republican Committee (NJ)
  • American Freedom Party
  • Bergen County Republican Organization
  • Fiorello LaGuardia GOP club
  • Latino National Republican Coalition of Rockland County (NY)
  • National Black Republican Association
  • National Diversity Coalition for Trump
  • Nassau County GOP (NY)
  • New England Police Benevolent Association
  • Suffolk County GOP (NY)
  • Niagara County GOP (NY)
  • Ocean County GOP (NJ)
  • Passaic County Regular Republican Oranization
  • Pegida UK (anti-Islamgroup)
  • Proud Of The Blues
  • Rent Is Too Damn High Party
  • West Virginia Coal Association

Hate Groups


  • American Freedom Party, a white supremacist group
  • American National Super PAC, a white supremacist group
  • American Renaissance, racist journal
  • Daily Stormer
  • Council of Conservative Citizens, a white supremacist group
  • Knights Party, a Klan group in Arkansas, uses Trump and his views as a talk­ing point when ques­tion­ing poten­tial recruits
  • National Policy Institute, a white supremacist think tank
  • Rebel Brigade Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
  • Stormfront, the Web’s largest white supremacists website founded by former Klan leader Don Black
  • White Genocide Project, a white nationalist group formed to raise awareness of the “genocide” of white people around the world


Religious leaders

  • Mark Burns, pastor and co-founder of the South Carolina-based Christian TV network, The NOW Network
  • Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of Liberty University
  • Carl Gallups, Florida pastor and Sandy Hook truther
  • Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas
  • James F. Linzey, ordained minister in the Southern Baptist Convention
  • James David Manning, chief pastor at the ATLAH World Missionary Church
  • Mike Murdock, singer-songwriter, televangelist and pastor of the Wisdom Center ministry
  • Darrell Scott, Cleveland-based pastor and now CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump


Actors and comedians

  • Kirstie Alley, actress, comedian, and spokesmodel
  • Scott Baio, actor, in charge
  • Stephen Baldwin, actor, really, yeah I guess he’s an actor
  • Gary Busey, actor, lover of meatball sandwiches
  • Robert Davi, actor, singer, director, and the other Johnson
  • Clint Eastwood, actor and director
  • Vincent Gallo, actor, screenwriter, producer, filmmaker, musician, motorcycle racer, real estate trader
  • Lou Ferrigno, actor and bodybuilder
  • Peter Munson Hogan, actor
  • Jim Norton, comedian and radio personality
  • Jerry Lewis, comedian, actor, singer, producer, screenwriter, and director
  • Amy Lindsay, actress and former softcore pornographic film performer
  • Sylvester Stallone, yo he’s an acter and you know a screenwritier and he ah directs and produces things!
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme, muscles from Brussels
  • Jon Voight, actor
  • Fred “The Hammer” Williamson, actor and former football player

Athletes and sports figures

  • Rocky Boiman, former member of the Tennessee Titans and current 700WLW talk show host.
  • Adrien Broner, professional boxer
  • Clay Buchholz, Major League Baseball baseball player
  • Zeb Colter, professional wrestling manager
  • John Daly, professional golfer
  • Johnny Damon, retired MLB player
  • Ted DiBiase, former professional wrestler
  • Mike Ditka, retired NFL player, coach and television commentator
  • Bill Elliott, retired NASCAR driver
  • Chase Elliott, NASCAR driver
  • Hulk Hogan, former professional wrestler, destroyer of
  • Holly Holm, professional boxer and mixed martial artist
  • Lou Holtz, Hall of Fame college football coach
  • Richie Incognito, NFL player and poster boy for bullying
  • Frank Kaminsky, current NBA center/forward
  • Gene Keady, college basketball coach
  • Bob Knight, Hall of Fame basketball coach
  • Jerry Lawler, professional wrestler
  • Mike Leach, WSU football coach
  • Matt Light, retired NFL offensive tackle
  • Nick Mangold, All-Pro NFL center for the New York Jets
  • Mark Martin, retired NASCAR driver
  • Shawne Merriman, retired NFL linebacker
  • Ryan Newman, NASCAR driver
  • Paul O’Neill, retired MLB baseball player
  • Tito Ortiz, former UFC light-heavyweight champion
  • Terrell Owens, retired NFL wide receiver and television personality
  • Billy Packer, former college basketball player and color analyst
  • Digger Phelps, former college basketball coach
  • David Ragan, NASCAR driver
  • John Rocker, retired MLB baseball player
  • Dennis Rodman, retired professional basketball player and television personality, current Ambassador to North Korea
  • Rex Ryan, NFL head coach for the Buffalo Bills
  • Chael Sonnen, retired UFCfighter, ESPN commentator, and actor
  • Latrell Sprewell, retired NBA All-Star basketball player
  • Miesha Tate, current UFC women’s bantamweight champion
  • Mike Tyson, professional boxer
  • Kevin Von Erich, former professional wrestler
  • Herschel Walker, retired NFL running back
  • Chris Weidman, former UFC middleweight champion

Commentators, writers and columnists

  • Conrad Black, Canadian-born British former newspaper publisher and author
  • Walter Block, Austrian School economist, anarcho-capitalist theorist, and creator of Libertarians for Trump (previously endorsed Rand Paul)
  • Pat Buchanan, paleoconservative commentator and former Reform Party of the United States of America presidential candidate
  • Olavo de Carvalho, Brazilian philosopher, political commentator and essayist based in Richmond, VA
  • Ann Coulter, political commentator and conservative soft-core porn writer
  • Adam Curry, political commentator and former MTV VJ
  • Lou Dobbs, American television personality, author, and radio host
  • Scottie Nell Hughes, journalist, author, and chief political commentator for USA Radio Networks
  • Mytheos Holt, senior fellow at the Institute for Liberty and contributor to The Federalist
  • Scottie Nell Hughes, journalist, author, and chief political commentator for USA Radio Networks
  • James Hirsen, New York Times bestselling author, commentator, and columnist for Newsmax Media
  • Rabia Kazan, Turkish author & journalist, also Women’s Rights advocate for the International Civil Liberties Alliance and Humans Rights Activist at United Nations
  • Dmitri K. Kiselyov, head of government-owned Russian news agency Rossiya Segodnya (Russia Today) on channel Rossiya 1
  • Gavin McInnes, writer, creative director, actor, comedian, and co-founder of Vice Media
  • Paul J.Manafort, lobbyist, senior Republican political consultant, former director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, former consultant to ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych
  • Kayleigh McEnany, CNN political commentator
  • Gavin McInnes, writer, creative director, actor, comedian, and co-founder of Vice Media
  • Michael Scheuer, political blogger and author and former Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station.
  • Hossein Shariatmadari, Iranian conservative journalist and editor-in-chief of Kayhan
  • Roger L. Simon, novelist, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, and former CEO of PJ Media (previously endorsed Marco Rubio)
  • Jared Taylor, author and editor of American Renaissance
  • Daryush Valizadeh, author, columnist, owner of Return of Kings website
  • Diana West, author and columnist
  • Milo Yiannopoulos, British journalist and political commentator

University, academic, and legal figures

  • A.D. Amar, business professor at Seton Hall University and president of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016
  • Anna Chapman, student at the University of South Carolina, chair of campus College Republicans
  • Cassidy Cook, student at Campbell University, North Carolina, national secretary for Students for Trump
  • Julie Dobbs, student at Spring Hill College, Alabama, state director of Students for Trump
  • Devendra “Dave” Makkar of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016

Media personalities and socialites

  • Dan Bilzerian, professional poker player, media personality[186] (previously endorsed Rand Paul)
  • Katrina Campins, Cuban-American, former Apprentice contestant, and Trump International Reality employee
  • Wayne Dupree, “The News Ninja,” blogger, social media personality, American Conservative Union blogger of the year 2015
  • Teresa Giudice, television personality from The Real Housewives of New Jersey who worked with Trump on The Celebrity Apprentice
  • Jesse James, television personality and former CEO of Austin Speed Shop
  • Max Keiser, broadcaster and film maker
  • Charlotte Laws, television host and author
  • Omarosa Manigault, reality television show personality, and Baptist minister
  • Trisha Paytas, YouTube personality and entertainer
  • Jeanine Pirro, mafia connected judge and TV show host on Fox News
  • Tila Tequila, model, actress and television personality
  • Ivana Trump, ex-wife of the candidate, socialite and former athlete and fashion model
  • Melania Trump, future First Lady of the United States of America. (Also wife of the candidate, jewelry and watch designer and former fashion model.)
  • Kendra Wilkinson, glamour model, businesswoman, and television personality
  • Melissa Young, Miss Wisconsin 2005

Radio hosts

  • Andy Dean, radio host
  • Jeff Crouere, radio host
  • John Fredericks, radio host
  • Sean Hannity, radio host, host of Hannity on Fox News Channel
  • Laura Igraham, radio host
  • Alex Jones, radio host (previously endorsed Rand Paul)
  • David Knight, radio host
  • Lars Larson, radio host
  • John Phillips, radio host
  • Michael Savage, radio host (previously endorsed Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Jim Webb)

Social and political activists

  • Day Gardner founder and President of The National Black Pro Life Union and Associate Director of National Pro-Life Center
  • William Gheen, president of ALIPAC (Americans for Legal Immigration PAC)
  • Jim Gilchrist, leader and co-founder of the Minuteman Project
  • William Daniel Johnson, chairman and cofounder of the American Freedom Party
  • Jimmy McMillan, former New York City mayoral and New York gubernatorial candidate (Rent Is Too Damn High Party)
  • Stefan Molyneux, Canadian blogger, and host of Freedomain Radio, Podcast
  • Remy Sheppard, American blogger
  • Phyllis Schlafly, “women should shut up and get back into the kitchen” wingnut, conservative activist, and founder of the Eagle Forum
  • Orly Taitz, dentist, attorney, and prominent leader of the birther movement
  • Sajid Tarar, Pakistani-American and founder of the group Muslims for Trump
  • Roosh V, writer, pick-up artist, won title of “most hated man on the internet
  • Alex Vargas, Republican Party activist from Massachusetts

Singers and musicians

  • Azealia Banks, rapper, singer and songwriter
  • Zoltan Bathory, guitarist of Five Finger Death Punch
  • Troy Bullock, country singer/songwriter
  • Aaron Carter, “singer”
  • Charlie Daniels, singer, songwriter, guitarist, winner of golden fiddle
  • Jesse Hughes, singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as frontman of the California-based rock band Eagles of Death Metal
  • Loretta Lynn, country music singer-songwriter
  • Justin Moore, singer and songwriter
  • Wayne Newton, entertainer and singer
  • Ted Nugent, musician, singer-songwriter and political activist
  • Kid Rock, musician, actor[224] (previously endorsed Ben Carson)
  • Kenny Rogers, singer, songwriter, record producer, and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Sergey ‘Pauk’ Troitsky, leader of Russian thrash metal band Corrosia Metalla