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Who Said It: Donald Trump or 'Duck Dynasty'?

Can you indentify whether Donald Trump or "Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson said each of these quotes?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump leaves a campaign event on Sept. 23, 2015 in Columbia, S.C. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty)
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump leaves a campaign event on Sept. 23, 2015 in Columbia, S.C.

“Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson has jumped on the Trump bandwagon. 

“I do like me some Trump,” Robertson said while appearing with the business mogul at an Oklahoma State Fair rally. “Here’s the deal: We’re both successful businessmen. We both have pretty big shows on television. We both have wives that are 1,000 times better looking than us, so I like Trump.”

Like Trump, Robertson's father, Phil Robertson, has been known to make controversial statements about women, race, and other hot topics. The following statements were made by either the GOP front-runner or the “Duck Dynasty” patriarch. Can you identify who said what?

Republicans have not received more than 11% of the black vote since 1996, andstatements like that, even as recounted by someone from Trump's past, probably won’t make those numbers rise.

This quote about the benefits of monogamous relationships was said at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

The source of this quote infamously suggested that African-Americans only voted for President Obama because he is black.

“I don’t want you, America, to become sick,” he said during a speech on sexually transmitted illness. “I don’t want you to come down with a debilitating disease. I don’t want you to die early!”

“Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare, you say: ‘Were they happy?’ They were godly; they were happy; no one was singing the blues,” the source of this quote said of the black farmers he once knew.

With quotes like this, it’s no surprise that this conservative has had trouble gaining the support of women.

In an interview with TV host Sean Hannity, this quote was the conservative’s response to a question about whether or not a spiritual battle exists in America.

This TV star has long been known to be a global warming disbeliever

According to this conservative juggernaut, the Bible, the Constitution, and weaponry were the three things American colonists needed to “run the Brits back to where they came from” during the Revolutionary War.

The conservative who said this also recently claimed that climate change is “not one of our big problems.”