"If I would have voted, I would have voted for Trump," Kanye West said at a concert in November 2016. A month later, the two met at Trump Tower. Mr. Trump called West a "good man."
On April 25, 2018, West tweeted: "You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought."
He later followed up: "my wife just called me and she wanted me to make this clear to everyone. I don't agree with everything Trump does. I don't agree 100% with anyone but myself."
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He may not have the overwhelming support of Hollywood, Mr. Trump does have some famous friends in his corner.
Star quarterback Tom Brady has voiced his admiration for Trump in the past but held back from an all-out endorsement during the campaign. Mr. Trump said he didn't want the athlete to endorse him: "He's got sponsors, he's got all of his different things that he has to do."
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"I want to be Trump's running mate," the wrestling star has said.
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Former New York Yankees baseball star Paul O'Neill accompanied Trump on a campaign stop in Florida in what was widely reported as a sign of endorsement.
"I love you!" Trump responded in front of the cameras. "Thank you!"
The Oscar-winning actor explained his endorsement thusly: "He's an answer to our problems. We need to get behind him. The Republicans need to unite behind this man.
"We need somebody to go in and reconstruct us in a sort of way, get us back to where we were, who we need to be."
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Rodman expressed his admiration of Trump via Twitter: "We don't need another politician, we need a businessman like Mr. Trump!"
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"Mr. Trump is a real leader," the Duck Dynasty star has said. "He represents success and strength, two attributes our country needs."
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"I'm a Trump fan ever since I met him seven or eight years ago," the baseballer has said. "Everything he does, he does first-class -- his hotels, his businesses, his golf courses."
"I know him personally," the actor has said. "I know him professionally. He's a great guy. He's sharp. He's fast. He can change the country after the last eight years."
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"I know him," the boxer told the Daily Beast. "When I see him, he shakes my hand and respects my family. None of them - Barack, whoever - nobody else does that. They're gonna be who they are and disregard me, my family.
"So I'm voting for him. If I can get 20,000 people or more to vote for him, I'm gonna do it."
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The Detroit rocker has toldRolling Stone that he's "digging Donald Trump," adding, "Let the business guy run the country like a business."
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On Twitter, the rapper advocated for a Trump presidency, saying, "I think Trump is the only one who truly has the balls to bust up big business. Hillary [Clinton] is too tied in with them and Bernie [Sanders] has no clout."
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"Does America want to have a president who FOLLOWS or someone who leads? I vote For @realdonaldtrump," the former teen pop star tweeted recently.
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The "amazing" Trump won the reality star's vote because, as she puts it, "He'll make a great president."
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Of Trump, the Happy Days alum has said, "He speaks like I speak, he communicates with people very well. I want him, as any one person can do, to go into Washington and blow it up."
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Vegas mainstay Newton appeared on Fox in 2015 to stump for Trump.
"Number one, he tells the truth," Newton said. "Number two, he's been where most of these guys want to be, in terms of riding on his own plane. He doesn't have to worry about what hotels he stays in, he doesn't have to worry about how his family gets to Hawaii, so on and so forth."
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The fighter who famously cleaned Ronda Rousey's clock in 2015 didn't outright endorse the reality star, but she has expressed admiration for Trump's ability to "get stuff done."
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This one is a no-brainer: Manigault essentially has Trump to thank for her public profile; she appeared on The Apprentice back in 2004. During the campaign, Manigault appeared on CNN to defend Trump and became the campaign's director of African-American outreach. After he was elected, she served for a year in his administration.
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Trump has earned the admiration of James, who took to Instagram to formally endorse him: "He is respectful to the little guy."
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The country legend has voiced support of Trump. To Time magazine, she said, "What he says he's going to do, I think he can do."
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"Donald Trump's message sings to Americans because he doesn't play politically correct brain-dead games," the rocker has said. "He calls them like he sees them."
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Praise from the legendary coach hasn't been exactly gushing, but it's still praise: "I do like Donald Trump. I think he, sometimes he's gotta think a little bit more before he says things, but I think he's on the right track."
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The TV personality has called herself a "huge Donald Trump supporter."
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The actor likes the fact that Trump "doesn't care what anybody thinks" and that Trump "is not a politician."
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Celebrated former college basketball coach Bob Knight said Trump was "the most prepared man in history to step in as President of the United States."
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UFC President Dana White had a speaking role at the Republican National Convention in July 2016.
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Professional golfer Natalie Gulbis said of Trump, "I have found him to be gracious, generous and inspiring."
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Tech billionaire and co-founder of PayPal Peter Thiel has been a longtime supporter of Trump and made a prime-time speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention.