Hockey Star Bobby Orr Endorses President Trump In Full-Page Newspaper Ad

( After legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus publicly threw his weight behind President Donald Trump, Hockey legend Bobby Orr did the same – this time, by taking out a full-page newspaper ad in the New Hampshire Union Leader. In the advertisement, the NHL defenseman endorsed President Donald Trump.

Along with a photograph of Orr and the president posing together, Orr included a letter to the readers of the newspaper asking them to consider the policies of the president and not necessarily his personality or tweets.

“Perhaps you do not like his tweets or how the President says things sometimes, and that is your right,” he said. But remember, this is not a personality contest; it’s about policies and the people those policies assist.”

It was a very similar message to the one promoted by golfer Jack Nicklaus, who called on voters to look past his tweets.

“You might not like the way our President says or tweets some things-and trust me, I have told him that!-but I have learned to look past that and focus on what he’s tried to accomplish,” Nicklaus said in a statement on Thursday.

“This is not a personality contest; it’s about patriotism, policies and the people they impact.”

Orr said in his endorsement that he believes President Trump has been made to work under “extremely difficult conditions” and that the attacks against him have been “unrelenting since the day he took office.”

“Despite that, President Trump has delivered for all the American people, regardless of race, gender, or station in life,” he said. “That’s the kind of teammate I want.”

It is just yet another high-profile endorsement for the president in the final days of the race that are having a positive effect in normalizing voting Republican, after several years of Democrats and media pundits smearing Republicans as Nazis.

On Thursday, President Trump also received the public endorsement of rapper Lil Wayne.

Brett Favre of the NFL also announced his support for the President On Twitter on Friday.