Tim Allen poses at the FOX Summer TCA All-Star Party at Soho House West Hollywood, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, in West Hollywood, Calif.
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"Last Man Standing" isn't rushing to pick up the "Roseanne" pro-Trump mantle when it starts life at its new network this fall. Tim Allen, star of the comedy that was axed by ABC and picked up by Fox, told TV critics Thursday his character Mike Baxter is a centrist who probably isn't a vocal defender of the president, only supporting Trump administration policies that help his business.Series executive producer Kevin Abbott described Allen's character as a conservative Republican, but he said it's unlikely the show will address President Donald Trump one way or the other.Allen said at the time that his personal politics – he attended Trump's inauguration – might have played a role.
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