Brett Favre in the corner of President Trump.
The three-time NFL MVP expressed support for Trump’s re-election on Friday. He expressed his support for the president on Twitter and clarified his position on some pressing issues.
Victory on Brett Trump (TRETT): “I think he did a good job for our country”
“My vote is to make this country great, freedom of speech and freedom of religious belief, the Second Amendment, hard-working taxable citizens, the police and the army. In this election, we enjoy the freedom of choice, everyone Should be respected. For me and these principles, my vote is for @RealDonaldTrump,” he wrote.
The Trump campaign thanked Favre for his support.
Favre joined golf legend Jack Nicklaus, former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler and rapper Lil̵
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The former Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks are from Mississippi, which has been mostly red in the past few presidential elections.
The state voted for Trump in the 2016 election, Senator Mitt Romney in 2012, Senator John McCain in 2008, and Senator George W. in 2004 and 2000. Bush (George W. Bush) and Senator Bob Dole (Bob Dole) in 1996. The state has not turned blue since 1976, when the state leaned towards Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford. Mississippi has six electoral votes.
Favre has been in Trump’s corner for some time. He told the “Washington Examiner” earlier this month that he played golf with the president in the summer and he was surprised at what football he wanted to say. He said he did not agree with what Trump did, but he thought he did a good job.
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He said: “Well, I think the fact that I play golf with him is that I will support him.” “I think he did a good job for our country. Is he perfect? He is by no means perfect. Tell me, Besides Jesus Christ, there is a perfect person. I call you a liar.”
In this case, the assumption seems to be correct because Favre said he will vote for Trump.