was 22 years old when he had his first child, Jack, with his ex-girlfriend Virginia Madsen.
— best known for his roles on “Melrose Place” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” — will take the podium in Cleveland, to stump for Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention. We went over where my passions are as far as why I’m here in the United States. When you have a limited amount of time, you need some help. They reached out to me over a month ago, asking me if I’d be interested in doing something like this.
The 44-year-old spoke to about his politics and why he doesn’t care if supporting Trump hurts his career.
The Democratic Party has been demolished in the last 7.5 years.
He’s got the strength to put this country back together, economically, militarily and on the border. When you say his honesty is refreshing, a lot of web sites that fact check his statements find that he generally doesn’t speak the truth.
For example, he claims that he was against the Iraq War.
All my African-American friends that I know are going to vote for him. What do you make of his selection of Mike Pence as his running mate? To tell you the truth, I don’t know much about him except what I found out. He’s not doing well with that demographic in the polls. It’s a matter of really going out there and talking to people. I hate to say that, I supported every president since I moved to this country. Do you think Trump will be able to appeal to non-white voters? Why aren’t there more speakers from Hollywood at the convention? What have your interactions been like with Trump on the campaign trail? Are you worried that supporting Trump will hurt your career? I sleep good at night, knowing that I’m making the right decision. He offered me a ride — it was raining outside, and he was very kind. He remembers your name and things like that, and he looks you right in the eye.