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Everyone seems to forget about that time Trump endorsed Eminem for President

Everyone seems to forget about that time Trump endorsed Eminem for President


Eminem at The Shady National Convention in 2004.

Image: Carley Margolis/FilmMagic

A long time ago, in a much simpler time, Eminem ruled the early 2000’s, Trump wasn’t president, and the two were good friends. 

Now the tables have turned.

Last night at 2017 BET Hip Hop awards, Slim Shady slammed President Donald Trump in a freestyle, “The Storm.” However, Eminem didn’t always feel this way about Trump. 

What most people don’t remember is that in 2004, the legendary rapper had Trump endorse him as “president” for The Shady National Convention which was MTV’s mock campaign to celebrate the debut of Shade 45, Eminem’s Sirius XM radio channel. 

Trump seemed more than happy to support Eminem as he was his “Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Cash.” “He’s got brains, he’s got guts, and he’s got Donald Trump’s vote,” Trump said in his speech.

Now 13 years later, would Eminem still have Trump’s vote? Well, he’s definitely got ours.

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