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Duck Dynasty: “If you’re a Christian believer, I can’t think of a better President [than Trump]!”


Well said boys, well said!

The Duck Dynasty boys took to the stage in President Trump’s Louisiana Rally and surprised everyone in the crowd!

And they did not disappoint.

Take a look:


Here's more, from Breitbart:

President Donald Trump surprised his rally in Lousiana with an appearance by Phil and Willie Robertson from the popular reality TV show Duck Dynasty.

The president called them both up on stage to speak to the crowd about the upcoming Louisiana election for governor.

“Duck Commander” Phil Robertson explained why he was supporting Republican candidate Eddie Rispone.

“I got it down to this. If you’re pro-God, pro-America, and pro-gun and pro-duck hunting, that’s all I want!” Robertson said briefly to the cheering crowd.

Willie Robertson thanked all of the Trump supporters present at the arena.

“You’ve been such a great community to share life with, to worship with, and I’m so tickled to be here with the president, that he actually came down to our community,” he said. “Let’s go, Eddie!”

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Trump reminded the crowd that both stars endorsed his campaign for president, prompting him to watch their show Duck Dynasty.

“I started watching a little bit,” he said. “A lot of wisdom there.”

The rally took place in Monroe, Lousiana, at the Monroe Civic Center.

Trump supporters began gathering for the rally on Tuesday afternoon, according to local reports. More than 40,000 people requested tickets, as the center holds between 7,500 to 10,000 people.

Here's more, from the NewsStar:

Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson said President Donald Trump gets the people of northeast Louisana and "our lifestyle." 

"If you are a believer and a Christian, I can't think of a better president we've had," Robertson said, kicking off a first series of speakers before Trump's arrival at the Monroe Civic Center Wednesday night. 

While voicing support for Trump, early speakers criticized Democratic leadership in Congress and Gov. John Bel Edwards while voicing support for Baton Rouge businessman Eddie Rispone in the Louisiana governor's race. 

"I believe in Eddie. He’s a job creator. He’s an outsider, and we know that has worked in Washington," Robertson said. 

Attorney General Jeff Landry encouraged rally attendees to chant "four more years" for Trump and "fire" Edwards. Landry said a job creator like Rispone is needed to turn the state around.

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy said Trump has doubled the growth in the nation's economy in three years but Democrats have nothing for him. 

"Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to impeach him," Kennedy said. "I don’t mean any disrespect, but it must suck to be that dumb. The same people that are backing Speaker Pelosi are sending tens of millions of dollars to support Governor Edwards, and all he’s given us is decline and uncertainty."

U.S. Sen Bill Cassidy encouraged voters to make Louisana Rispone country as well as Trump country. 

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Trump also welcomed Phil Robertson to the stage later in the rally.

"If you are pro God and pro American and pro gun and pro duck hunting. That's all I want," Robertson said. 

During his comments, Trump acknowledged Mason William Andrews, a Monroe teen who became the youngest person to complete a solo flight around the world.

Trump said he knew the flight and accomplishment were important to U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham.

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