7 Super Random Celebrities Scheduled to Speak at the Republican National Convention

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As the Republican National Convention begins in Cleveland, it’s important to take notice of everything that is happening there and everything that could happen. The theme, “Make America Great Again” is broken out into day-by-day themes like “Make America Safe Again” and “Make America First Again.”

And what better way to reiterate those themes than with some kind of random celebrities making speeches?

7 Super Random Celebrities Scheduled to Speak at the Republican National Convention:

Speaking under “Make America Safe Again”:

1. Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander and Buck Commander, Star of “Duck Dynasty”
His bio on the GOP website also says he’s an “avid outdoorsman,” which means “gun owner.”

2. Scott Baio, Star of “Joanie Loves Chachi”
Apparently, after Baio was a teen star, he campaigned for Ronald Reagan. Since the days of Reagan he has appeared on not one, but two VH1 reality TV shows.

3. Antonio Sabato Jr., Model and Actor
Sabato got his start as a Calvin Klein underwear model, made his way to “General Hospital” and most recently was on “Dancing With the Stars.”

Speaking under “Make America Work Again”:

4. Dana White, President of Ultimate Fighting Championship
White is a political independent but is grateful to Donald Trump because “Trump hosted the once-controversial mixed martial arts competitions at his Trump Taj Mahal casino property when other venues shunned the sport.”

5. Kimberlin Brown, Actor
She was on “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful.” Brown also own an avocado farm.

Speaking under “Make America First Again”:

6. Laura Ingraham, Radio Host
Ingraham is the most-listened-to-woman on political talk radio. Which is a thing.

7. Peter Thiel, Venture Capitalist
Thiel is the co-founder of PayPal and was one of the earliest investors in Facebook. Thiel has been in the headlines recently for secretly financing a lawsuit to bring down Gawker Media.