‘I Always Loved Trump’: ‘Sopranos’ Actress Says Trump/RFK Ticket Would Be ‘Ideal,’ Regrets Voting For Biden

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Nicole Silverio Media Reporter
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“The Sopranos” actress Drea de Matteo said a ticket with former President Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. would be “ideal” in the 2024 presidential election.

Matteo said she voted for President Joe Biden in 2020 because she believed Trump was incapable of unifying the country amid the race riots.

“I never voted in my life. My daughter at that time I guess was like you know, you’re just gonna have to pick the lesser of two evils, and in my mind, I believed Trump was and I’m a New Yorker, so I always loved Trump,” Matteo told Sirius XM’s Megyn Kelly. “Under the radar, always loved him. I loved how crass he is. I just didn’t think he had the voice to unify people if the world was really on fire with this whole race issue and everything else that was going on at the time that I didn’t really, I wasn’t paying close enough attention to what was really happening, and it was all super divisive and it was all by design.”

Matteo then praised Kennedy as an “old school liberal” who could be a redeemable running mate for Trump. (RELATED: ‘The Sopranos’ Star Drea De Matteo Posted Racy Photos To OnlyFans To Save Her Home From Foreclosure) 

“Kennedy I feel like is the voice old school liberals would have appreciated because he cares about the environment, he’ll sue everybody that is being wronged. He’s fair, he’s classy. He doesn’t bad-mouth people. He’s got a lot going for him that Trump does not, but Trump’s got this … I mean, look.”

“Adriana would vote for Trump,” Kelly said, referencing her character on “The Sopranos.”

“100%! Adriana will vote for Trump from the grave!” Matteo said.

“But, I would love in a perfect world to see Trump and Kennedy together. I feel like Kennedy could be a great voice where Trump sometimes loses it. And Trump is good muscle,” Matteo said.

She said it is astounding that Kennedy was not brought up during discussions about the election.