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Entertainment Donald Trump Finally Found A Celebrity To Speak At One Of His Rallies, But Got His Name Wrong

20:50  03 november  2020
20:50  03 november  2020 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Lil Pump and Donald Trump © JEFF KOWALSKY via Getty Images Lil Pump and Donald Trump

At one of his final rallies before the US election, Donald Trump made the decision to bring out one of his few celebrity fans.

However, he wasn’t quite able to get the artist in question’s name correct.

Addressing supporters in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Trump welcomed US rapper Lil Pump to the stage, introducing him as “one of the big superstars of the world”.

Still, despite Lil Pump’s apparent “superstar” status, Trump then continued: “Little Pimp. Does everyone know who he is? Do you know how big he is? Come on up here!”

a group of people in front of a crowd: Lil Pump and Donald Trump © JEFF KOWALSKY via Getty Images Lil Pump and Donald Trump

Sporting a Make America Great Again hat, Lil Pump – best known for his Kanye West collaboration I Love It – made no reference to the faux pas, as he addressed those in attendance.

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“I’ve come here to say, Mr President I appreciate everything you’ve done for our country, you’ve brought the troops home and you’re doing the right thing,” he said.

“MAGA 20 20 20. Don’t forget that and do not vote for Sleepy Joe at all.”

Lil Pump then left the stage, after which Trump said: “That’s very nice, I appreciate that. Big star, big star.”

a man wearing a hat and smiling at the camera: Lil Pump © Ethan Miller via Getty Images Lil Pump

In the lead-up to the election, Demoractic candidate Joe Biden has received the endorsement of several high-profile celebrities, including rapper Cardi B, singers Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande and wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Trump has seemingly been found A-list endorsements a little harder to come by, but did recently win the public support of rapper Lil Wayne, who held a meeting with the US president last week.

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Jon Voight, Kirstie Alley, Kid Rock and controversial US actor James Woods are also among those who have publicly backed Trump.

Kanye West was previously a vocal supporter of Trump throughout his presidency, but has since distanced himself from any political parties, while attempting to run his own campaign for the presidency.

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