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10 Hollywood Celebrities With Right Wing Views

La La Land is almost synonymous with liberal America, and if you've been watching the news recently, you'll already know that most celebrities can't stand the current Republican president, Donald Trump, let alone the party he represents.

 


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That said,  more celebrities than you may imagine have conservative views, and some have even been vocal about their opinions. Here are 10 examples. 


1. Lindsay Lohan 

After stints in both rehab and jail, Lindsay Lohan's career is all but over in Hollywood, and the Mean Girls actress happens to make news for simply being a former A-list celeb than for actually doing anything. However, she's smarter than most people think.


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Indeed, while her personal life has been marred by poor decisions and lifestyle choices, she has also displayed her intelligence by speaking eloquently about the Islamic faith and came across as a fairly self-aware person when she voted for Mitt Romney in the 2012 election. "I just think employment is really important right now," she said to E! News, "So, as of now, Mitt Romney." 

Lindsay the Republican? Who'd have thought it!


2. Arnold Schwarzenegger

While Lindsay Lohan's endorsement of the Republican Party may have come as a surprise, Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger is widely known as a card carrying Republican, and his passion for the party even spawned a successful campaign to become the Governor of California.


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Serving the people of California for 8 years, the Austrian immigrant has, however, been critical of Donald Trump's so-called Muslim Ban, and the two recently traded insults at one another due to Schwarzenegger's criticism of Trump.


3. Bruce Willis

Being an open conservative, the cinematic superstar is certainly a rare breed in Hollywood and Willis has even appeared on Fox News to discuss his views which regularly get fired down by Hollywood's liberal glitterati.

Asked why he is a Republican, he once said, "I'm sick of answering this f*****g question. I'm a Republican only as far as I want a smaller government, I want less government intrusion."  


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However, the Die Hard star took his love for small government one step further when he sported a Trump wig and one of his trademark "Make America Great Again" caps on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.


4. Dennis Rodman

Since losing his vast fortune after years of glory in the NBA, Rodman has become an unlikely endorser of politicians, including the ultra right wing dictator, Kim Jong-Un of North Korea.

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The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant also voted for Donald Trump and publicly endorsed him on Twitter, tweeting, '@realDonaldTrump has been a great friend for many years. We don't need another politician; we need a businessman like Mr. Trump! Trump 2016'.


5. Clint Eastwood

Like Bruce Willis, America's favorite onscreen cowboy has long considered himself a Libertarian, a political ideology which places a greater emphasis on small government and the will of the individual, and he even spoke to Ellen DeGeneres about his beliefs on her show. 


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Yet despite having political views which aren't exactly in sync with Hollywood's, Eastwood remains loved by most people in the industry, although he shocked many when openly endorsed Donald Trump for President last year following an interview with Esquire.


6. Sylvester Stallone

According to the Boston Globe, the Rocky star endorsed the 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain but has admitted in other interviews that he isn't a one party supporter, despite briefly considering following showbiz pal Arnold Schwarzenegger into politics. 


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Speaking to Variety, Stallone said, "I don’t think you can be totally one-sided forever. Then you close your mind to all sorts of possibilities. It’s just, ‘Who comes along better at that time for what the planet is going through?’ Right now, it’s pretty confusing on every side.”


7. Cindy Crawford

One of America's most successful fashion models is also an endorser of the Republican Party, although she did vote for Barack Obama during the historic 2008 election.


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Switching back to the Republicans four years later, Crawford voted for the 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and even appeared in a video for a Romney fundraiser.


8. Adam Sandler

Let's be honest: Adam Sandler screams Republican. He wears trucker hats, rarely cares what anyone thinks and is happy to use his Hollywood success to make frat humor movies that, while profitable, are hardly artistically ambitious in their scope.


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Bearing this in mind, most people already know Sandler's political allegiances lie with the Republican party, but rather than simply vote for them he is also a registered member and appeared at the 2004 Republican Party Convention. 


9. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Successfully crossing over from WWE to Hollywood after amassing a global fanbase for his wrestling exploits as The Rock, Dwayne Johnson is another prominent Republican and is even thought to be registered as one in California.


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Though Johnson has never publicly admitted his affiliation to the party, he did take umbrage with his name and likeness being used in Chris Christie's campaign videos during his ill-fated bid to become the Republican presidential candidate which added further speculation that Johnson is a verified member.


10. Alice Cooper

Like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the lead singer of Kiss is another famous immigrant who has voted for the Republican party. In Cooper's case, his parents emigrated to the country from Israel.

 
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Cooper voted for George W. Bush in the 2004 election, and when asked about Donald Trump in the lead up to the 2016 election Cooper appeared to sympathize with Trump voters. "He's a doer; he's not a sayer, he's a doer. I think that's what the American public are looking at," he said.
 

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