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There’s little doubt that Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, the fictional character played by Henry Winkler, also known as "The Fonz" would be proud to see his nephew "Chachi” played by Scott Baio all grown up, and standing up for those American values that personified their sitcom “Happy Days.”

Scott Baio speaking at the Republican National Convention, isn’t intimidated by the Hollywood elites who have criticized his endorsement of Donald Trump, in fact the 55-year old actor told the Hollywood Reporter he doesn’t care if he ever works again.

I’ll give you a very simple answer: I don’t care,” Baio said. “I genuinely, in my heart, do not care if I ever work again. I don’t care. I’m comfortable and I’ve got a great life, but If I don’t have a country that is recognizable to me, I’ve got nothing.”

He continued;

“They say Trump’s temperament is bad, and my response is, ‘Well, let’s see. Obamacare is a disaster. Immigration is a complete mess. People are coming here illegally from Muslim countries that want to kill us, the economy’s in the toilet and 95 million people are out of work. ISIS is cutting the heads off of people but Hillary and Obama’s temperament is great, so I’m happy about that.'”

“I put it in the prism of my country and my daughter.”

Yes indeed, there’s little doubt that “The Fonz” would be proud of his nephew “Chachi” all grown up, and speaking up for America and “the Donald!

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