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Kid Rock Continues to Tweet About Senate Run; Still Has Not Filed

Warren wrote in an email that linked to fundraising pages for her and Stabenow.Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) also sent a Rock-themed email to supporters.Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said she’s taking musician Kid Rock “seriously” when he says he might run for the U.S. Senate in MI next year, challenging Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow. The rocker launched a site for his political campaign this week (“Kid Rock for Senate: Pimp of the Nation/Party to the People/In Rock We Trust”) and unveiled two new music videos for “Po-Dunk” and “Greatest Show on Earth”. Debbie Stabenow and Warren’s own 2018 re-election campaign. But I’ll tell you this: “I don’t find it amusing”. Schumer wrote, “we don’t know if this is real, a joke, or a freakish publicity stunt”. “At a time when Senate Republicans are desperate to grow their ranks while pushing to rip health care from millions of Americans, we can not afford to think of this as a publicity stunt”. But I’ll tell you this: “I don’t find it amusing”, Schumer wrote. With a subject line reading simply “Senator Kid Rock“, Warren sternly warned recipients not to treat Rock lightly.He said last week that he plans on continuing to write and produce music during his presumed Senate run, saying “it’s not a hoax”. The senator, who plays guitar, tweeted an article about Kid Rock’s bid with the words, “I know we both share a love of music”.While not much is known about Rock’s positions on policy, the musician campaigned for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, and endorsed Donald Trump for president in 2016.His take? “I concede she is better at playing politics than I am, so I’ll keep doing what I do best, which is being a voice for tax paying, hardworking AMERICANS”, said Rock, who hasn’t kept his Trump-supporting ideology under wraps. In April, he was photographed in the Oval Office with President Trump, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and fellow rocker Ted Nugent.