Grammy Award-winning musician Travis Tritt gave praise to President Donald Trump and his administration on Twitter on Monday.
Tritt sent out a Tweet on Monday morning giving credit to the Trump administration for a 33-percent spike in third-quarter GDP growth. The multi-platinum recording artist says that no one could have predicted that much growth during a global pandemic.
“Third quarter GDP growth at 33.1% thanks to the policies of the @realDonaldTrump administration!” Tritt wrote on Twitter. “Nobody predicted this much growth so soon after the pandemic hit. Promises made. Promises kept!”
Tritt on Recent News
Tritt has not been holding back his political opinions leading up to the election.
Travis Tritt reacted to the recent news that Lil Wayne endorsed Donald Trump in his re-election bid. The country singer shared Lil Wayne’s post and a picture of the rapper smiling with the president.
Moreover, he commented on the Democrats losing Lil Wayne’s support. Tritt wrote, “When you’ve lost Lil Wayne…”
In recent weeks, meanwhile, Tritt has been critical of Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and the Democratic party. Through separate tweets, Tritt commented on the scandal involving Biden’s son Hunter. In a previous post, the country singer revealed to his followers that he is a Trump supporter.
Furthermore, Tritt recently insinuated that the mainstream media is working in favor of Biden.
“It is becoming increasingly obvious that the MSM and big tech are covering for Joe Biden to an extent that is unprecedented.” Tritt tweeted on Thursday.
In addition, Tritt also retweeted a clip of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) reaming out Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey at the Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Wednesday. In the clip, Cruz questioned Dorsey about Twitter’s “unilateral decision to censor the New York Post” after the Post published two articles about Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine and China.
Furthermore, Tritt took aim at Biden during the final presidential debate in Nashville. The “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” singer took to Twitter to post a number of tweets in which he slammed the former Vice President.