Scott Baio, Roseanne Barr and Ted Nugent
These six celebrities haven't stopped supporting Donald Trump. Getty Images

President Donald Trump may have lost some celebrity supporters since he became president, but the commander-in-chief still has some high-profile stars in his corner. From Scott Baio to Ted Nugent, here are six celebrities that still support Trump:

Jack Nicklaus

While the legendary golfer doesn’t often discuss politics, during a 2016 with “CBS Sunday Morning,” the 18-time major winner called the then-Republican candidate “terrific,” saying he was “turning American upside-down” and “awakening the country.” Following Trump’s win, Nicklaus congratulated him on Twitter, tweeting, “All of us in the Nicklaus family are very happy for you and your family. We now look forward to you doing all that is necessary to bring our country back together again, and make America great again.”

Trump eventually returned the love in 2017, appearing in a Golf Channel three-part special about the golfer. In the special, Trump said, “People like Jack, they have a desire to win. They never give up, they never quit. He’s a man that’s led a truly exemplary life; his family, his work ethic, his championship status. He’s a very exceptional man.”

Scott Baio

Actor Scott Baio has been one of Trump’s biggest celebrity supporters, appearing at the Republican National Convention in 2016. But Baio’s support didn’t stop there. After Nordstrom dropped Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, the actor called for a boycott of the retail store. “They [liberals] have always been hypocrites in my opinion,” he told Fox Business’ “After the Bell.” “That’s another one of the reasons I won’t shop at that store… They are such an insignificant part of the population, but the news media plays to them, and that is unfortunate.”

Ted Nugent

Like Scott Baio, rocker Ted Nugent has been one of Trump’s most vocal celebrity supporters, even appearing with the president in the White House, along with Sarah Palin and Kid Rock. Nugent told the Detroit Free Press that his visit was like “hanging out with a bunch of my rock ‘n’ roll buddies or at a hunting camp.” As for why Nugent continues to support Trump, the rock star said, “Trump is swinging an American crowbar at all things status quo. Does that ring any bells? Does that sound like a guitar player from Detroit who was anti-dope, pro-law enforcement, pro-gun, during the hippie days?”

Jon Voight

Trump’s highest-profile celebrity endorsement comes from legendary actor Jon Voight. The actor praised Trump throughout the campaign trail and even gave a speech at the president’s inauguration. During his speech, the actor said the election was “a barrage of propaganda that left us all breathless with anticipation not knowing if God could reverse all the negative lies against Mr. Trump, whose only desire was to make America great again.”

Roseanne Barr

In 2016, Roseanne said Americans would be “lucky” if Trump won the presidency “because then it wouldn’t be Hillary.” A year later, the comedian is still showing her support for Trump and believes his win may have even got her show back on the air. According to Page Six, John Goodman said, “I never thought in a million years we’d be back,” and then Barr replied, “I did. As soon as I saw the election results, I knew we’d be back.”

Tim Allen

While the “Last Man Standing” actor has never come out and endorsed Trump, he did attend the inauguration and has defended conservatives in Hollywood. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter about Trump during the Republican primaries, Allen called the things Trump said about immigrants “stupid” but did say, “He might be able to do the stuff that really needs fixing.”

Tim Allen
Tim Allen on Jan. 12, 2016 in Studio City, California. Getty Images