Mike Tyson explains why he’s endorsing Donald Trump for President
Unlike Tom Brady, who never really endorsed Donald Trump for President (despite the Internet headlines), Mike Tyson has left no doubt how he feels about the reality-show host/pageant organizer.
Iron Mike made this clear during an interview with "HuffPost Live" on Monday when he was asked about Trump.
"He should be President of the United States," Tyson said. "That’s what he should be. He should be President of the United States."
Tyson then started rambling about the voting public being told they don’t know what they’re talking about and being called stupid.
"So he’s got your vote?" the host asked.
"Hell, yeah," Tyson answered. "Big time"
"Why wouldn’t anybody like that? A guy that came from where he came from and doing what he’s doing and now this is where he’s at now. Know what that means? That doesn’t mean he’s a bad guy. Or 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. Let’s try something new. We tried Obama. … So let’s try something new. Let’s run America like a business. No colors matter. Whoever can do the job, gets the job."
"Yes, he didn’t know how to say it," Tyson said. "He said really crude things. It was really crude. And he needs somebody to work with him on how to deliver his messages. But man, as far as what he did, he’s an average guy like everybody else."