If the voices we hear in the media are any indication of a popular political trend, it would be safe to assume most female television personalities, newscasters and celebrities are liberal-learning in their politics. Despite this, there are some outspoken female voices who support President Donald Trump. Here are 23 notable examples:

23. Tila Tequila

Reality television star and outspoken personality, Tila Tequila has exposed herself as having anti-Semitic views and believing in Flat Earth. She endorsed the president in an October 2015 YouTube video. In July 2016, the reality star reiterated her support for the president with a series of tweets.

In an unrelated event, she involved herself in some real Twitter drama when she went on a controversial Twitter rant and changed her biography on the platform to read: “Alt-reich queen! Literally Hitler!” This, as well as a track record of questionable content, resulted in the social media platform permanently suspending her account.

22. Madison Gesiotto

Madison Gesiotto is an American conservative commentator, columnist, figure skater, model and beauty queen who won Miss Ohio USA 2014.

The 27-year-old Co-Chair of the “Women for Trump” movement has been putting many hours into getting Trump reelected.

Though it may be a bit of a stretch, some are even saying that Gesiotto may have her eyes on a cabinet position in the Trump administration.

21. Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton, who has been friends with Ivanka Trump since they were both small children, had nothing but nice things to say about Donald Trump during a 2017 interview prior to his election.

Asked to share something she knows about the then-presidential candidate that the general public might not, Hilton said, “I’ve known him since I was a little girl. He’s a very nice man. I think on TV people like to say things about certain people, but he’s actually a very sweet person. I like him a lot.”

20. Jenna Jameson

This ex-adult film star has received criticism for defending the KKK and insinuating that she is against the push to accept refugees into the country. She is also a known Trump-supporter. She is not afraid to get into Twitter fights with people who critique or belittle her political opinions.

“You’d be surprised the important political people who follow me…and my political views make news….Funny how most liberals resort to ridiculous put downs when they don't agree with your views #weak,” she tweeted in 2015.

19. Stacey Dash

Best known as Cher Horowitz's best friend, Dash currently is a Fox News contributor and very vocal Trump supporter. She has also played a part in financing the Great America PAC, one of Trump's most loyal outside donors.

Dash has deemed the president a “great businessman…who has the Rolodex to get to the people around the world who make the decisions.” At the expense of offending many American’s on the day of Trump’s election, Dash tweeted a photo of herself at the White House, stating that she'd help “take out the squatters … Bronx-style.”

18. Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch has become a very well-known name in American politics in the past few years in light of the ever-increasing heated debate over gun laws. This is because Loesch paved her way as the former spokesperson for the National Rifle Association and has since appeared a guest on various television networks such as Fox News, CNN, CBS, ABC and HBO.

She has had a successful career in media. Loesch started hosting her radio show in 2008—titled The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative—and, in that same year, was chosen as one of St. Louis Business Journal's Top 30 Under 30.

In February 2011, CNN hired Loesch as a political analyst in preparation for its 2012 election coverage. During the 2016 Republican presidential primary, she endorsed the Ted Cruz campaign while putting down the candidacy of Donald J. Trump. But, since Trump's election, Loesch has become one of the president’s passionate defenders.

17. Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson is an American television personality, businesswoman, glamour model and author. She is known for being one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends and for her role on the E! reality television series The Girls Next Door, which focused on her life in the Playboy Mansion.

She endorsed Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election. “I support Donald Trump,” she said in a Fox News interview. “But I also support abortion and a women's right to choice [sic] what to do with their body. I'm more of a conspiracy theorist.”

Wilkinson also stated, “even my conservative friends consider me conservative. I love being a comfortable person but I'm very open. I'm not ashamed of myself and my beliefs. We live in Calabas with the white picket fence and the two dogs and the husband and the boy and the girl, it's a very dreamlike lifestyle and I'm very thankful for it.”

16. Tomi Lahren

Tomi Lahren joined Fox News as a contributor in August 2017 and now hosts a talk show on Fox Nation. In the years before joining the Fox News team, Lahren earned her spot as a “rising media star,” according to The New York Times, when she hosted “Tomi on TheBlaze.”

During her career as a part of this show, she gained notice for her short video segments called “final thoughts,” in which she frequently criticized liberal politics. Many of these video segments went viral.

Most recently, she offered the president a piece of advice amidst impeachment hearings. “What impacts (the American people) is jobs, the economy and immigration, which is why I also caution President Trump,” she said. “Don't forget what got you elected in 2016.”

15. Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham (age 28) is an American reality television personality, singer and writer. Following Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress in July of last year, Abraham took to Twitter to comment on the matter, drawing plenty of backlash in the process.

She responded to Trump’s own tweet, in which he claimed that Democrats “lost BIG” after the testimony. “Go Trump!” she tweeted. “I’m so over the waste of time Democrat’s! Focus on changing the world rather then making up things … waste of space.”

“I’m so happy he’s our President!” she told WEtv.com shortly after Trump’s inauguration. “And you know what? My businesses are booming even better so because of him. So thank you President Donald Trump.”

She has even had the honor of paying a visit to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort and posted about it on her Instagram. “Love my president. America is great again,” read the caption on a picture of the reality star raising her glass to the camera.

14. Kim Kardashian

This wildly popular and controversial reality television star recently spoke of her “political awakening” in a cover story for New York magazine published last November.

She has really made a show of involving herself in politics by publicly sharing her beliefs and lobbying for important changes in American culture and the White House.

In once such instance, beginning in 2018, she successfully urged President Trump to commute Alice Marie Johnson’s life sentence for a non-violent drug offense.

13. Kimberely Guilfoyle

Once described by The Washington Post as a “conservative cheerleader for President Trump,” Guilfoyle is an American political analyst, attorney, journalist and television news personality who (until July 2018) co-hosted The Five on Fox News.

She worked at Fox News for twelve years, starting in 2006, before they parted ways in 2018. After, she joined America First Policies, a pro-Trump super PAC, to campaign for Republicans in the 2018 midterm elections.

In December 2016, it was reported that Guilfoyle was being considered to serve as a press secretary for President Donald Trump. Guilfoyle allegedly turned down the job and Sean Spicer was ultimately selected to take up the position.

Then, on May 15, 2017, it was reported that she was once again in contact with the White House about the position following Spicer’s resignation. “I'm a patriot, and it would be an honor to serve the country,” she said. “I think it'd be a fascinating job.” Just days after, however, speculations of her potential new position alongside the president were put to rest when she signed a contract with Fox News.

12. Dana Perino

Dana Perino served as the twenty-fourth White House Press Secretary, serving under President George W. Bush from September 14, 2007, to January 20, 2009, making her the second female White House Press Secretary to serve during the Clinton Administration.

Following her departure from the White House, she moved on to work for the Fox News network. In November 2009, she was nominated by President Barack Obama to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors, an agency overseeing government-sponsored international broadcasting, In 2017, Perino began hosting The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino on Fox News and also serves as a co-host of the network's talk show The Five.

11. Jessica Simpson

Simpson is an actress, singer and fashion designer who also has conservative views when it comes to politics. Simpson is registered as a Republican. She endorsed George W. Bush during his presidential campaign in 2004 and endorsed Trump in 2016.

Although she has made it clear where her political loyalties lie, Simpson is quite the admirer of the Obamas, especially former-first lady Michelle Obama. “She's such an incredible woman,” Simpson praised during the Obama Administration. “And she's with such a powerful man…Everything she does she exudes confidence.”

10. Joy Villa

This singer-songwriter has made an exhibition of her support of Donald Trump and conservative political views. Early in 2016, Villa had stated that she supported Senator Bernie Sanders in the presidential election, but soon switched to supporting Trump in the general election.

In the past, she has had fun strutting strange (and controversial) fashion on the Grammy Awards red carpet. At the 2017 Grammy Awards, Villa wore a blue dress that promoted President Donald Trump, featuring his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” and the name “Trump.” In 2018, Villa wore a white dress with a hand-painted baby inside of a rainbow uterus on it along with a purse bearing the slogan, “Choose Life.”

At the 2019 Grammys, Villa wore a reflective silver dress with a black outline of bricks all around except for an area with “Build the Wall” spelled out in red in a large section on the backside of the garment, borrowing the font of Pink Floyd's The Wall. She also wore a metallic collar signifying a barbed wire fence a spiked crown referencing the Statue of Liberty and sported a red “Make America Great Again” handbag.

9. Candace Owens

30-year-old Conservative commentator Candace Owens dedicates much of her time and effort to advocate for her political views. She has worked for the conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA between 2017 and 2019.

She is known for her pro-Trump activism and her criticism of Black Lives Matter and of the Democratic Party. She opposes liberal rhetoric regarding structural racism, systemic inequality and identity politics.

In 2017, she began posting politically themed videos to YouTube and launched “Red Pill Black,” a website and YouTube channel that promotes black conservatism in the United States.

8. Molly Line

Molly Line (born 1977) joined Fox News as a correspondent in 2006 where she continues to work today.  She had previously worked in television news in West Virginia, Albany and Boston and earned her degree in mass communications and political science at Virginia Tech.

Line started her career in journalism modestly, as a photographer and reporter at WDTV-TV (CBS 5) in Bridgeport, West Virginia.

7. Kayleigh McEnany

This writer and political commentator is a former CNN contributor who was appointed national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee in 2017. Then, in February 2019, she was announced as national press secretary for the Donald Trump 2020 presidential campaign.

McEnany was lucky enough to gain great work experience in her field of interest as a teenager and young adult. As a high school and college student, she interned for several politicians, including Tom Gallagher, Adam Putnam and George W. Bush, later working in the White House Office of Communications.

While attending law school, she frequently appeared on CNN as the voice called upon to defend President Donald Trump, whom she supported in the 2016 presidential election.

6. Sarah Palin

Palin was thrust into the public eye in 2008 when she ran as the Republican Party nominee for Vice President of the United States alongside presidential nominee, Arizona Senator John McCain. She is an interesting woman who was the first Alaskan on the national ticket of a major political party and had the honor of being the first Republican female selected as a vice-presidential candidate.

Palin endorsed Trump in the 2016 election just days before the Iowa caucuses, a huge move for the Republican Party at the time and exactly the push many midwestern voters needed as it was the first major Republican endorsement the controversial nominee received. “Are you ready for the leader to make America great again?” Mrs. Palin said with Mr. Trump by her side at a rally at Iowa State University. “Are you ready to stump for Trump? I’m here to support the next president of the United States — Donald Trump.”

5. Kirstie Alley  

The Emmy-winning actress and comedian Kristie Alley endorsed Donald Trump during the 2016 election cycle. “HELLO BOYS!” she tweeted. “This is my formal endorsement of@realDonaldTrump & I'm a woman! (last I checked)!”

In response to critical backlash, Alley did not let the “fake,” disapproving fans and friends get her down. “If Ur “disappointed in me” Or can't hang w me because of my views..so be it” she said. “U were never a friend in the 1st place. I respect ALL my friends.”

She displayed her excitement for the candidate who was shaking the political world up in another tweet, stating, “someone that will rev us up and make us pay attention. Donald Trump, whether you like him or don't, he's waking this country up.”

4. Harris Faulkner

Harris Faulkner is a six-time Emmy Award winner who serves Fox News as the breaking news anchor.  Born in Atlanta in 1965, she went on to graduate from UCSB with a degree in mass communications, followed by work for local television news in Los Angeles; Greenville, South Carolina; and eight years in Kansas City.  She joined Fox News in 2005.