Underwear model and soap opera star Antonio Sabato Jr. is not too concerned about what Hollywood thinks of his stumping for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, nor his inflammatory remarks about Muslims and the current POTUS.
“We had a Muslim president for seven and a half years. I don’t believe he is [a Christian] ... He’s with the bad guys,” Sabato told ABC News during an interview following his speech at the Republic National Convention podium.
When pressed by ABC about whether his remarks and support for Trump will hurt his career in Hollywood, Sabato brushed it off.
“If Hollywood feels a certain way about me because I’m speaking about Trump, then so be it,” he said. “I don’t worry about it ... I’ll find a job.”
Sabato, born in Italy, first gained attention as a Calvin Klein model and has since appeared in shows like “General Hospital,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “Dancing with the Stars.”
Other celebs who have voiced support for Trump include golfer Natalie Gulbis and Scott Baio.