Actor John Ratzenberger told the “Fox & Friends” crew on Thursday morning that Donald Trump’s win shows that “adults are back in charge” of the American government.
“It’s nice that adults are back in charge,” the former “Cheers” star stated. “‘OK, kids, give us the keys to the car. You’ve done enough damage. Now we will take over.'”
Ratzenberger has been a vocal Trump supporter since early 2016.
Back in May, he told Fox’s Neil Cavuto that he supports the former real estate mogul because he’s a “builder” and will help buoy the American economy.
.@Dratzenberger: “The only candidate out there is @realDonaldTrump, for me, because he’s a builder.” @TeamCavuto pic.twitter.com/34B4uckm40
— Fox News (@FoxNews) May 11, 2016
On Wednesday, Trump nominated WWE co-founder Linda McMahon to serve as administrator of the Small Business Administration.