Last summer, Johnson, who was the highest paid actor of 2016, bringing home a whopping $64.5 million, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” co-host Michael Strahan that a political career is “very real” to him.It doesn't matter what you think about his positions...
The “Baywatch” star said the idea of him becoming commander in chief “has become a legit thing to some people.” He said he will take the “temperature of the American people” as “time goes on.”
“If it is a very real, overwhelming, positive, strong, ‘We want you to run for president,’ and if I felt that I can step up to the plate and become a tremendous leader for our country and make a real difference and make change, I would do it,” he said at the time.
Johnson also tweeted out this article from the Independent Journal Review, in which writer Parker Lee explains the actor’s bipartisan appeal as a man who “respects, and is respected by, both the military and law enforcement” and is “a family man” and “no stranger to hard work.”
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
The Rock Says
Finally, the Rock has come back to Washington?
at May 10, 2017
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