One of the reasons actor Stephen Baldwin is a fan of Donald Trump is because the Republican presidential candidate does not care what anyone thinks.
The actor, starring in the new movie “God’s Club,” shared why he thinks Trump is the best candidate in “The Church Boys” podcast on The Blaze TV this week.
“I like Donald Trump because — I said this to Don Lemon on CNN a week before the first Republican national debate — I said, ‘I like Donald Trump as a man, I like Donald Trump potentially as a president, because he doesn’t care what you think,'” Baldwin said.
Appearing, and being “fired” twice, on “Celebrity Apprentice” gave Baldwin a personal perspective of the GOP front-runner as someone who does not worry about being politically correct.
“I think it’s refreshing that he messes it up sometimes,” Baldwin said, adding that while Trump cares about people’s opinions, he “wants what’s best for the country and the people. He’s just not going to compromise.”
Baldwin believes Trump is “the one guy that will really do his very best to do what he says he’s going to do without compromise,” noting that Trump is blessed with a great family and has “lived the American dream.”
Though to the public Trump comes across aggressively as “uncomfortably arrogant,” Baldwin does not think that’s who the billionaire really is.
“I think that’s part of the strategy he implements in business and what he does to succeed. Underneath it I really just think he’s a family guy,” Baldwin said. “He’s more down-to-earth than people realize.”
Listen to Baldwin in the podcast segment below.
(H/T: The Blaze)
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