Gene Simmons says fretting Americans should relax, dishes on Inauguration rumors & ‘family man’ Trump

Rock star Gene Simmons thinks it’s time for America to “move on” when it comes to accepting President-elect Donald Trump.

The KISS frontman called on the nation to “take a deep breath and get on with our lives,” adding that it’s “nobody’s business who you vote for,” in an interview on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Friday.

“We have a president-elect. Now, let’s move on,” he said, arguing that our enemies don’t care about political divisions or parties, they just hate Americans.

Simmons, who has known Trump for years, noted that the “real important issue” in discussing the president-elect is not political.

“He’s a good family man,” Simmons said.  “He’s a good father. There’s no drugs, there’s no booze. There’s no craziness going on.”

The 67 year-old singer admitted he has not gotten an invitation to perform at the presidential inauguration on January 20 but can’t understand why everyone keeps asking him about it.

“Why does anybody give a squat what a guy in a band thinks about or anything like that?” Simmons asked.

“It’s gonna be great. It’s gonna be fine,” he assured, pointing to the need for Americans to focus on being grateful.

“We should be blessing this hallowed ground called America everyday,” Simmons said.

“My New Year’s resolution,” he said, “is to get up everyday and decide, you know what,  I don’t need anything else. I live in America.”

Now that sounds like a resolution this country can get behind.

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