Soap star Antonio Sabato Jr., who lauded Donald Trump during his own speech before the GOP convention Monday as someone who 'shares my beliefs and my faith' also claimed in an interview that President Obama is 'absolutely' a Muslim.
'I think Trump should just win it now so we can just move on and get our country back on track,' Sabato said today on MSNBC. I thank Christ every day for giving me this opportunity to be here and speak. Donald Trump, and I'm very excited because we're gonna get this nation back to where it should be.
Asked whether voters should even get to go to the polls, Sabato replied in the negative.
'No, I don't think so,' the actor said'I know I am not your typical convention speaker. The truth is that I've never considered myself very political or spoken out politically before,' he began. And also I've met him several times over the last 20-some years and he's the same guy,' Sabato continued.
'And I've been supporting him for over a year now,' the General Hospital regular pointed out.
is adamant Hillary Clinton should be wearing an orange jumpsuit right about now.
We caught up with the actor Wednesday as he left FNC in NYC, and he thought it was both outrageous and expected that Hillary dodged a bullet.
Antonio Sabato Jr., best known* for his sensational black-and-white Calvin Klein underwear campaign in the 1990s, found the first fully convincing speaking role of his career at Monday’s opening night of the Republican National Convention. “Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton promote division. Donald Trump believes in one America with liberty and justice for all.” PHOTOSDuck Dynasty Star Gets ‘Ugly,’ Scott Baio Rips Hillary Clinton to Kick Off Republican National Convention Sabato ended his talk by saying that it’s the duty of government to “secure borders and protect citizens,” adding that “none of this is hateful, it’s the right thing to do!
(*to the gays, anyway) — declared that “my belief in this country and my faith in Jesus Christ have compelled me to speak now.” “Our rights have been trampled and our security threatened,” said Sabato, who described his decision to move to the United States from Rome in 1985, and become a naturalized citizen in 1996.
” Sabato’s speech, which contended that America is “weaker by almost every measure,” was short on specifics, but heavy on passion.
(born February 29, 1972) is an American actor and model.
Born in Italy and raised in the United States, Sabàto first became known as a Calvin Klein model and for his role on the soap opera General Hospital.