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Kid Rock kicks off tour with video message from Donald Trump

Child Rock kicked off his 2022 nationwide tour with a video introduction from pal and former president Donald Trump.

Earlier than the “All Summer season Lengthy” singer took to the stage on the Ford Middle in Evansville, Indiana Wednesday evening, Rock performed a video message from the forty fifth President.

“Hi there, everybody. I really like you all. I do know you’re having a good time on the Child Rock live performance tonight,” Trump says to the cheering crowd in the short clip. “Fairly frankly, he’s wonderful. All of you in attendance are actually the spine of our nice nation. Arduous-working, God-fearing rock-and-roll patriots.”

“Bob is actually one of many biggest entertainers of our time,” he stated, referring to the rocker by his actual title, Bob Ritchie. “Not the very best golfer by any means, his golf sport may use just a little work, however an ideal, nice entertainer, and that’s why you’re there.”

“Let’s all proceed to like each other, struggle for our God-given freedoms, and most of all, let’s make America rock once more,” the ex-president concluded, placing on a pink MAGA-style hat that reads “Make America Rock Once more.”

Former President Donald Trump praised Child Rock’s followers for being “God-fearing rock-and-roll patriots.”
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As quickly as Trump completed his handle, the stage lights went on and Rock broke into his inflammatory new tune “We The Folks” — which bashes President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci over vaccine mandates and different insurance policies — off his new album “Unhealthy Status.”

The tune includes a refrain repeating “Let’s go Brandon,” the not-so-secret code for “F–ok Joe Biden.”

Rock has been an outspoken supporter of Trump since 2016 and has headlined rallies for him. 

Kid Rock started out his concert in Evansville, Indiana with a song bashing President Joe Biden.
Child Rock began out his live performance in Evansville, Indiana with a tune bashing President Joe Biden.
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U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Kid Rock prior signing a H.R. 1551, the 'Orrin G. Hatch-Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act' during a ceremony in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on October 11, 2018
Then-President Donald Trump shakes palms with Child Rock on the White Home in 2018.
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Throughout an look on Fox Information’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” final month, Rock described hanging out with the Trump as “superior,” and stated the previous president as soon as requested him recommendation on how one can deal with ISIS and North Korea whereas out on the golf course.

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