Tomi Lahren Cheers Jay Cutler's Trump Endorsement But Others Aren't Impressed

President Donald Trump received an official endorsement from another celebrity—this time from former NFL star quarterback Jay Cutler. And like many reactions to celebrity endorsements, Cutler retweeted a lengthy open letter supporting another four years of Trump set the internet ablaze.

However, not many people were surprised by Cutler's praise of the president—some even expected it.

"Makes sense Jay Cutler supports Trump because he's also a mediocre white man who failed at the thing he was supposed to be good at," one Twitter user wrote in response to Cutler's statement.

"Jay Cutler was famous for always throwing to the wrong team during crunch time so this makes sense," read one tweet.

Considering Cutler's endorsement came just five days before the election—after Americans have already cast more than 78 million early votes—some folks thought the timing of Cutler's support of Trump was typical Cutler behavior.

"Throwing an interception this late in the game is extremely on brand for Jay Cutler," one Twitter user wrote.

Along with being dubbed "the Scott Baio of football" by The Daily Show, there were some people who connected the 37-year-old's endorsement to his split from estranged wife Kristin Cavallari.

"Not Jay Cutler coming out as a T*rump wonder Kristin Cavallari divorced his a**," one person tweeted.

The response to Cutler's endorsement wasn't completely. His friend and conservative commentator Tomi Lahren left a supportive comment on Cutler's Instagram: "Freedom over everything."

Meanwhile, more Cutler fans left messages thanking him for his "bravery" in sharing his sentiments on Trump in his comments section.

Cutler posted a screenshot of Nicklaus' endorsement of Trump on his Instagram account on Wednesday, captioning the post, "Never a doubt."

In Nicklaus' letter, the 80-year-old praised Trump for the way he has "delivered on his promises" and the president's "determination to do the right thing" for the U.S.

"In my opinion, he has been more diverse than any President I have seen and has tried to help people from all walks of life—equally," the letter read. "Donald Trump's policies will bring the American Dream to many families across the nation who are still trying to achieve it."

Jay Cutler's Trump Endorsement Outrages the Internet
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is sacked by Dylan Donahue #49 of the New York Jets during the second half of an NFL game at MetLife Stadium on September 24, 2017, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The New York Jets defeated the Miami Dolphins 20-6. Rich Schultz/Getty Images