Kid Rock Will Join Donald Trump Jr. For Presidential Rally In Michigan

by Caroline Bynum
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Kid Rock will be joining Donald Trump Jr. for a reelection rally for President Trump in Michigan, Monday, September 14. The ‘Make America Great Again!’ event is free to the public, but attendees are asked to register in advance.

Along with Kid Rock, President Trump’s eldest son will headline the event. Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, will also be speaking at the rally. Kid Rock has been vocal in his support for President Trump in the past, as he also headlined an October 2018 rally. The singer has posted to his Instagram his support and friendship with Trump, sharing images of the two golfing to his page.

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All three headliners at Monday’s event have hit the news recently. Kid Rock caught the public’s eyes after his posed marriage to country legend Loretta Lynn. The pair jokingly tied the knot at Lynn’s son’s vow renewal.

Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle also hit headlines earlier this summer. Recently, Donald Trump Jr. sparked outrage after his comments on the Kenosha shooter and during the Republican National Conference, rumors soared that he was on drugs during his speech. His girlfriend’s thundering, impassioned speech during the RNC also raised eyebrows.

Michigan’s rallies for both presidential candidates should be ones to watch, as it is a key battleground state. Trump recently visited Freeland, Michigan on the 10th, telling supporters “In November, you better vote for me, Michigan,” in the airport. MLive also notes Trump told fans he brought the state “so many damn car plants,” to illustrate his dedication to Michigan’s success.

Joe Biden also visited the battleground state not long ago, speaking to a small crowd in Macomb County, the news site mentions. His wife, Jill Biden plans to visit the battleground state to promote her husband’s run for presidency this week.

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