Phil Robertson offers to be Trump's 'spiritual adviser' [VIDEO]

Jesse Byrnes | The Hill

Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the "Duck Dynasty" family, says he's backing Donald Trump and could serve as the presumptive GOP presidential nominee's "spiritual adviser."

"I was forced into the Trump train, but I am happily volunteering my services for Mr. Trump, mainly because the Republican Party has spoken," Robertson said Wednesday on "Fox and Friends."

“The people have said, 'We want Mr. Trump.' So Mr. Cruz goes down, I love him, but now I’m on the Trump train and I’ll do everything I can to help him. Hey, we have to be loyal to the party."

Robertson endorsed Ted Cruz in January, appearing in ads for the Texas senator, while his son Willie Robertson endorsed Trump.

The elder Robertson, appearing on Fox from Cannes, France, where he is promoting his new film, argued the unknowns surrounding Trump are still better than Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton's record.

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