Trump Closes Michigan Rally With Tribute To Ted Nugent


GRAND RAPIDS – The raucous crowd attending President Trump’s rally last night were treated to a surprise concert to close the event, when the president paid tribute to Michigan rocker and MAGA supporter Ted Nugent. After hitting all the right political notes, Trump delighted his audience by performing a number of the Motor City Madman’s hits.

The president performed his versions of Nugent classics such as Stranglehold, Free-For-All, Dog Eat Dog, Wang Dang Sweet Poontang, Stormtroopin’, Wango Tango, and Cat Scratch Fever. Details are sketchy as to whether Uncle Ted was in attendance or not.

Trump jammed for about 40 minutes and caught the audience off guard. “I didn’t know the president could rock like that!” said one Trump groupie. “His electric guitar work made Bill Clinton and his sax look like a p*ssy.”

The president worked all ends of the stage as he riffed and belted out the screams and high notes that Nugent is famous for. It was clear that the president was enjoying himself and was using the Michigan performance to blow off some steam now that the Mueller report is behind him.

Trump’s No Collusion Tour will run through 2024.


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  1. […] Trump Closes Michigan Rally With Tribute To Ted Nugent […]

  2. Having grown up a mere 15 minutes from where Nugent lives (and never having been shot at by him), I can tell you, the guy is great. Oh…Trump? Yeah, he can wail on the guitar. Didn’t he used to play bass for Santana?

    1. E. Williams

      Uncle Ted was my first rock concert!

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