Cheers Star John Ratzenberger says Trump Win Means the “Adults are Back in Charge”!

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Actor John Ratzenberger became famous for his endearing run as the nation’s most lovable mailman, Cliff Clavin, in the barroom sitcom Cheers.

Since that iconic American show came to an end, he’s done work on TV and film here and there from a History Channel show about American manufacturing to a high-profile role in the Toy Story films (Ratzenberger voiced “Hamm” the toy pig).

Over the last year or so Ratzenberger has been raising his profile by angering the American left for his steadfast backing of Donald Trump for President. Way back in May of 2016 Ratzenberger appeared on Fox Business with Neil Cavuto to explain why he was throwing his support behind the billionaire real estate mogul from New York City. He told Cavuto that “The only candidate out there is Donald Trump, for me, because he’s a builder.”

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Now that Trump has won the election and will soon be inaugurated as our 44th President, Ratzenberger appeared on Fox News’ Fox & Friends to explain why he’s optimistic about the coming Trump administration.

“It’s nice that adults are back in charge. Okay kids, give us the keys to the car, you’ve done enough damage, now we will take over.”

Just another reason to remember Cliff Clavin fondly, and to continue supporting the good work that Mr. Ratzenberger is doing.

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