‘Sign Me Up’: Kristin Cavallari’s ex Jay Cutler puts his support behind President Donald Trump as Election Day approaches
Jay Cutler has pledged his support for President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Cutler, 37, who played for the Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins over 12 years in the NFL, reposted golf icon Jack Nicklaus’s Instagram endorsement of the 45th president in his upcoming race against former Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris.
He wrote ‘Sign Me Up’ on Instagram Stories in response to Nicklaus’ political endorsement, which came in the form of a detailed letter.
The latest: Jay Cutler, 37, has pledged his support for President Donald Trump in his upcoming race against former Vice President Joe Biden
Cutler – who is father to three children with ex Kristin Cavallari, 33, – sons Camden, eight, and Jaxon, six; and daughter Saylor, four – subsequently wrote ‘Never a doubt’ after Trump reposted the supportive letter from Nicklaus.
‘He has delivered on his promises. He’s worked for the average person,’ Nicklaus said in his endorsement. ‘In my opinion, he has been more diverse than any President I have seen and has tried to help people from all walks of life – equally.’
Nicklaus in his letter said that while some people can understandably be put off by the president’s tweets, Trump’s ‘love for America and its citizens, and putting his country first, has come through loud and clear.’
Cutler and Cavallari announced their split this past April, saying in a joint statement that their parting was ‘the situation of two people growing apart.’
The ex-NFL QB wrote ‘Sign Me Up’ on Instagram Stories in response to Nicklaus’ political endorsement, which came in the form of a detailed letter
Cutler and Cavallari in April announced their split; they were snapped in Chicago last year
He was seen spotted out with Fox personality Tomi Lahren this past summer in Nashville; the conservative pundit wrote ‘Freedom over everything’ on the former signal caller’s social media statement.
Cutler said in a November 2016 news conference, according to Sports Illustrated, that he was ‘happy with the results’ of the election in which Trump upset Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
‘I’ve supported Trump for a while,’ the former NFL star said. ‘I’m not going to dive into it. I know it’s a sensitive issue, but I like where it’s going.’
Cutler was snapped on his family farm earlier this year
Cutler was spotted out with conservative Fox personality Tomi Lahren in Nashville earlier this year; she was pictured last year