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Rocker Ted Nugent is willing to use a concert stage or a political office to make a positive difference in serving his country.

A self-described “hell-raiser,” the legendary guitarist and singer did not rule out a possible run for office as he addressed rumors that he was considering a bid for Congress in 2018.

“Well, I’m a terminal ‘we the people American patriot’ and I think I’m doing the most important political job in the world and that is participating in the sacred experiment of self government and demanding constitutional accountability from our elected employees,” he said on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends” on Friday.

“There’s no limit to what I’d be willing to do to help make this country great,” he added.

The Michigan native said he has been talking with his “Republican friends” about a possible U.S. Senate run representing his state.

“I’m a hell raiser. I’m what the Founding Fathers wanted all Americans to be,” he said, pointing out that we now have a “hell-raiser” in the White House as well.

“It’s all about the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Ten Commandants, the Golden Rule, being the best that you can be, earning your own way,” he continued, adding sarcastically, “Wow, I’m a radical.”

Nugent, who has performed over 6,500 concerts and released over 30 albums in his prolific rock career, is “proud” of President Trump and thinks he needs to focus on what he set out to do in the White House.

“He needs to stay on course: America first, make America great again, job security, secure the borders. You know, it’s so simple even guitar players can figure this stuff out,” he said.

“If you’re not pissing off the idiots, you’re an idiot,” Nugent said, referring to Trump’s critics. “He’s not an idiot. He’s driving the idiots crazy so I’m so proud of him.”

He explained that in his talks with “working-hard, playing-hard Americans,” he has found that they are behind the president and voted for him to make a difference.

“They like everything about the status quo crushing crowbar of Donald Trump. That’s why we voted for him,” he said, explaining that Middle America “finally has representation” in Washington, D.C.

The 69 year-old revealed that the president was “down-to-earth” when he met him on a recent visit to the White House, along with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and fellow musician Kid Rock.

“He cared what we thought” and “was genuinely interested” in what real Americans think, Nugent said.

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Frieda Powers

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