Sports Illustrated swimsuit model displays Trump support at Maxim’s pre-Super Bowl red carpet event

Sports Illustrated model Kristen Louelle Gaffney was not ashamed to show her support for former President Donald Trump at Maxim’s pre-Super Bowl red carpet event.

In fact, Gaffney made it a point to make a political statement when she showed up Saturday evening with a sparkly “MAGA” clutch purse.

“I knew there would be lots of press this weekend, so I wanted to make a statement,” the swimsuit model and mother of three said, according to Fox News. “It may sound silly, but I feel God has put this on my heart to use my platform to encourage others to use their voice to stand for what’s important.”


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A social media user responded to the story, “Good to see people not afraid to show Hollywood up!”

The gold and crystal MAGA bag is made by Lucky Starr Couture, which also sells “FJB” and “Trump” clutch bags.

“I was most excited for this event because my favorite rapper and idol 50 Cent was performing, so I saved my favorite look for then,” Gaffney told the network. “50 Cent is a very smart man and coincidentally just publicly showed Trump some love.”

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As for potential blow back from other party goers over her support for Trump, Gaffney said the reception she received was positive.

“Funny enough, I got an enormous amount of support,” she said. “People absolutely loved this purse. Guys gave me high-fives, girls gave me praise.”

This may serve as a wake-up call for Democrats who think fast-fading 81-year-old President Biden has the November election under control.

The model said she wholeheartedly believes in faith, family and embracing the American Dream.

And Trump.

“Trump embraces the American dream, he protects our children, and he puts our country first,” she said. “We should stop questioning the man who wants to Make America Great Again, and start questioning those who are challenging the concept of putting our country and our people first.”

Tom Tillison


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