Tyson announced that he would be voting for Trump in 2015.
“He should be President of the United States, that’s what he should be…. Why wouldn’t anybody like that? A guy that came from where he came from and doing what he’s doing.
Know what that means? That don’t mean he’s a bad guy, that people don’t know what they’re doing. That means people are tired of what you’ve been doing, what we’ve been doing the last 20 years.”
The legendary college basketball coach has been a very vocal supporter of Trump.
“I just told him I thought that we needed him. That right now, in this moment in time, he was the man who should be in charge. He should be the guy that can get us back to where we want to be.”
Nicklaus wrote this on Twitter following the election:
"All of us in the Nicklaus family are very happy for you and your family. We now look forward to you doing all that is necessary to bring our country back together again, and make America great again."
“I’m going to tell you one thing about him: You know about his winning in business and success. I’m here to tell you he wins with his family. … Any of his children, you’d be proud to have them as part of your family. That’s how I judge a winner, how somebody manages their family, raises their family.”
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Ditka declined Donald Trump’s invitation to speak at the Republican National Convention, but later declared that he was with Trump “all the way.”
“If you want good things to happen, you can vote for him.”
Ryan spoke at a Trump rally in Buffalo.
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Schilling officially endorsed Trump in a post on his blog.
“He loves this country. You can laugh, you can mock, but you also are full of crap if the current administration has ever given you the confidence that they love this nation above all else.”
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Sonnen has called himself a “huge Trump supporter.”
“Whether you agree with him or you don't, it's absolutely secondary to the fact that he has courage. I listen to these pundits all the time breaking down Trump. 'He's brash and he's bold and he's successful,' and none of those are what it is. There's one word to sum it up. ...In his case, it's one word and it's courage. I find it compelling and go Trump.”
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Cubs owner Tom Ricketts
Donald Trump publicly called out the Ricketts family on Twitter in February after news spread that they had funded anti-Trump groups, but Tom Ricketts pledged $1 million to the Trump campaign in September.
“The main reason I’m endorsing him: I’ve played his golf course and I’ve stayed in his hotel. He does nothing but go first class in everything. He wants this country to be first class as well.”
Damon was once a contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice, and he endorsed Trump in March.
“I want (Trump) for president. I'm a Trump fan ever since I met him seven or eight years ago. Everything he does, he does first-class — his hotels, his businesses, his golf courses.”
Mangold introduced Trump at a rally in Ohio earlier this year.