Kid Rock: Trump Is So ‘Sharp,’ There’s ‘No Comparison’ to Biden
'How sharp he is, it’s incredible'
Country-rock musician Kid Rock said praised former President Donald Trump for being much sharper than President Joe Biden.
On FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Kid Rock said:
“We ended up becoming buddies, spend a lot of time at a golf course now, really weird, I get phone calls from him, it’s kind of mind-blowing.”
Carlson said: “What is he like to play golf with?”
Kid Rock said: “Awesome.”
Carlson asked: “Really, why?"
“He knows how to have fun, doesn’t take it too seriously,” Kid Rock said.
“He is in Engaging. He is just cutting it up.
"He is open with politics.”
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“So you’re still playing golf with him down in Florida. How does he seem?”
Kid Rock said:
“He seems great. He seems great. After the election, he was, you know he was a little different there.”
“But he’s still the same guy. He sits down and just cuts it up. You start cutting it up. How sharp he is, it’s incredible,” he said.
“You can see how you watch a Joe Biden interview and the Trump interview. You are just like there is no comparison,” he said.
“And yeah, Trump, he speaks off the cuff. Sometimes you get it wrong,” he added.
“But I’d way hear someone get it wrong once in a while.”
“At some level, everything was scripted. I’ve stood next to him in the White House with the prepared notes and watch and read one sentence and like, let’s go.”
“You are like. This is awesome.”
Earlier this year, Kid Rock released a new song that shredded Biden with a catchy anthemic chorus that uses the “Let’s Go Brandon” phrase.
As Neon Nettle reported:
The Detroit rocker’s politically charged new anthem takes aim at Biden and slams his chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The lyrics also blast the Democrats and their allies in Big Tech and the media.
The song's chorus, titled “We the People,” repeats the phrase, “Let’s go, Brandon.”