MUST WATCH: Kid Rock calls President Trump ‘the toughest son of a b*tch on earth’

"Like I don’t think we’ll ever see anything like it in our lifetime. To me, he’s the greatest president we’ve ever had."

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Speaking with Tucker Carlson in the first episode of The Tucker Carlson Encounter posted Monday, singer Kid Rock called 2024 GOP frontrunner and former President Donald Trump the "toughest son of a b*tch on the earth."

Kid Rock told Carlson, "I love spending time with him, getting to know him, you know, since he became president, the first few months, having dinner at the White House with him and from there on."

"You know, I can relate to him in a lot of ways as somebody who might speak out of turn a little bit and say what’s on his mind, but you know, I think if you look at his track record and who he is as a whole, there’s a lot more good there than anything I think people know."

Kid Rock said that he’s "never seen anybody who wins for this country" as much as Trump. "Like I don’t think we’ll ever see anything like it in our lifetime. To me, he’s the greatest president we’ve ever had."

Speaking on the civil fraud trial that is ongoing in New York City against Trump, his business, and his family, he said it was a "freakin’ joke."

"I mean, one Google search on Zillow, property in Palm Beach, there’s like a couple acres that comes up on the water, it’s $200 million. And they’re like, 'Mar-a-Lago is only worth 17 million.'"

"You are a stupid son of a b*tch," he said, later adding, "there’s no crime and you know … anybody who can’t see it they’re f*cking blind."

Kid Rock said that Trump had the country "firing on all cylinders" when he was in office and that "everybody worked, the military’s the strongest, he’s leading with, you know, strength" and the country was "energy independent."

During the same interview, Kid Rock announced the Rock the Country festival, which will be headlined by himself along with Jason Aldean, Travis Tritt, and Big & Rich.

"It's called Rock the Country," Kid Rock told Carlson. "I see a need for a big portion of this country that's underserved entertainment-wise. And that's pretty prevalent when you see the success of shows like Yellowstone and Duck Dynasty. People are just starving for it. So we wanted to go out and give hard-working people that love this country a music festival, something for them. Come show your patriotism."

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