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10 Reasons Trace Adkins Could Be President Someday

10 Reasons Trace Adkins Could Be President Someday

American country music singer and actor Trace Adkins performs on Fox & Friends' All-American Summer Concert Series at FOX Studios on August 4, 2017 in New York City. (Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 19 October 2017 01:10 PM

President Donald Trump opened the door for celebrities and business moguls to make it in politics, and now there's some chatter about which ones could actually make a successful run at the presidency in 2024, or even in 2020 if Trump decides not to run.

Country singer Trace Adkins has made his mark in entertainment with top-selling albums and No. 1 hits during the past 20 years. He’s also appeared in many films and TV shows.

He’s been outspoken about his views on politics, starting with his 2008 autobiography, “A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck.”

It’s only natural that many of his fans and other people might support Adkins if he made a run for president in the future.

Here are 10 reasons Trace Adkins could be president someday:

1. His support of the troops — Along with his hit single “Still A Soldier” that pays tribute to veterans, Adkins remains close to the troops by working with veterans’ organizations, Fox News reported.

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2. He stands for our country’s independence — “We don’t depend on anybody else in this world,” he told Fox. “We make our own way and we have our own freedom, and it is not subject to anybody or anything.”

3. Adkins knows President Trump — He appeared two times on Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice.” In 2013, Trump named him winner of “The All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.”

4. His political views are well known — Adkins has been called country music’s most outspoken conservative, according to The Boot.

5. He’s aware of the country’s frustration — “People are frustrated, people are angry,” he once said on CNN, conservatives in particular.

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6. He knows how to analyze elections — When the Tea Party emerged and defeated some long-time Republican candidates in primaries, Adkins told reporters it was because many people wanted to cut ties with Washington, D.C.

7. Adkins doesn’t like compromise — He once remarked that compromise was “costing some Republicans their jobs.”

8. He knows politics has its place — He doesn’t approve of celebrities “spouting all their opinions,” he told Radio.com, so he doesn’t talk politics during concerts or awards shows.

9. He wants people to calm down — “We’ve always been divided, but we’ve never been this crazy,” he said. “Everybody needs to calm down, man, chill out.”

10. He doesn’t let vicious criticism distract him — Adkins refuses to pay attention to and get sidetracked by articles or social media comments that are nasty, so he just avoids them.

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