Genial warrior George Foreman has stood where President Donald Trump is today. As a two-time heavyweight boxing champion, he was in the ring while others watched, booed and criticized.
And he knows what it took to succeed.
From Western Journalism
“When you’re in something like this especially, you just got to fight,” he said Saturday.
“In the ring you don’t listen to anything,” said Foreman, who supported Trump in his campaign for the presidency.
“This was a guy I remember from way back. You could call him … and he would always return your call,” Foreman reminisced.
During his appearance on Fox and Friends, Foreman also noted that winning in politics or in boxing is sometimes because the person battling his way through is bound to come out on top.
“Sometimes people win because they’re winners,” he said. “Winning is an idea.”
Foreman said some places and people need help making the transformation into winners. That’s where Trump can help, he said.
“I’m hoping a mountain of social workers … he’ll drop these guys, social workers … into Chicago and make it a good place again,” Foreman said.
Foreman, whose post-boxing career has revolved around food, noted that, “I want to get into that White House and eat” and said that one of his major concerns was “to stop eating so much!”
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