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Dwayne Johnson Open to White House Run After Poll Shows High Favorability

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Dwayne Johnson Open to White House Run After Poll Shows High Favorability
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Star says, “If it ever happens, it will be my honor to serve you, the people.”
Dwayne Johnson is open to scoring a run for the White House. The wrestler-turned-film superstar, after a recent poll, addressed the notion that he had high compatibility for election campaigning.

Dwayne Johnson used his vast social media to share his thoughts on the prospect, calling the poll “humbling”. A Newsweek poll states that at least 46 percent of Americans support Dwayne Johnson running for president. “I don’t think our founding fathers ever envisioned a six-four, bald, tattooed, half-black, half-Samoa, drink tequila, driving a truck, wearing a fanny pack to join his club – If it ever happens, Johnson wrote on Instagram, “It will be my honor to serve you, people.”

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The news may not be a shock to everyone, as Dwayne Johnson has said in the past that he has given some thought to going into politics, especially the top job. In 2017, Johnson called the notion a “real possibility”.

“I think I’m in a situation now where my word carries a lot of weight and influence, that’s why they want to support,” Dwayne Johnson said. The process and it felt like if I shared my political views publicly, a few things would happen – and these are all conversations that I’ve had with myself, in the gym at four in the morning – I thought it would be either (One) Whatever my political viewpoint, I am saddened by the idea of ​​people. And, it can also be an opinion, which I did not want to do.

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And in June 2020, Johnson posted a video in which he questioned Donald Trump’s leadership. “Where are you?” Johnson said in an impatient message. “Where is our leader? Where are you? Where is our leader right now? At this time when our country is down on its knees, begging, sad, hurt, angry, disappointed, in pain, Is begging and is out of its arms. ” Just for listening. “During the long speech, Johnson asked,” Where are you? ”

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