Charlie Daniels, legendary American singer, song writer, guitarist, and fiddler famous for his contributions to country and southern rock music, joined the Todd Starnes Show today to talk politics, President Donald Trump, and his new memoir - "Never Look at the Empty Seats," out today.
Charlie Daniels on Senator Bob Corker lashing out at President Trump:
I don't know what to make of him... I don't know what he's trying to accomplish. I know one thing, if he keeps on he's probably going to get smacked back.
On the country's perception of President Trump:
I think they realize that if the establishment politics do not work, we've found it out, they've made a lot of promises they haven't kept. This is a wide looped swing. I honestly think they're so scared of this guy because he's so unconventional and so non-political that if it does work what he's doing, people are going to say 'what do we need you guys for anymore?'
On why he chose this title for his autobiography:
The title is about accentuating the positives, don't dwell on the negatives. The full seats are the positives, you deal with them.
Charlie Daniels also spoke about how students at the University of North Carolina Wilmington planned to walk out of the commencement he was asked to speak at, his "laborious" faith journey, and the upcoming 40th anniversary of the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash. Watch the full interview below: