Dog the Bounty Hunter is a Hillary Clinton fan, much to Fox News' surprise.
Duane "Dog" Chapman sat down with the "Outnumbered" panel Friday to discuss a Fox News poll that put Marco Rubio at the front of the race for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. When asked about who he thinks might become the next president of the United States, Chapman said he's placing his bet on Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
"I don't think [Rubio] can beat the dynamic duo ... the Clintons," Chapman, who is a Republican, said, to much chagrin of those around him. "I want someone with experience. We're at war."
"I think that women don't throw sand at each other like men do. I'm a Republican but I have faith in the dynamic duo," he added.
"That makes me so sad right now," co-host Lisa Montgomery said. "Like, I love everything about you. I think you're powerful and heroic, but the fact that you endorse Hillary Clinton ... It makes me sadder than 'The Notebook.'"
A rep for Chapman was not immediately available for further comment, but the former A&E star did speak about his political leanings with the Telegraph back in 2006.
"I'm kind of a Republican, especially as I get older," he said. But, he added, he is measured in his approach: "I don't make that a habit because I ain't no Jesus freak. I'm not an evangelist, I'm a bounty hunter."
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