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Rock for president? Dwayne Johnson has not yet ruled out & # 39; It is running for the future presidential election



Rock for president? It could not happen in 2020.

With an interview with IndieWirer at the Sundance Film Festival, the actor said that it is not anticipated in the 2010 presidential election races, before the previous.

"I saw Kamala Harris another day and thought it was good," he said. "For me alone, I'm lacking experience, there are a lot of things left. Certainly not right now."

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and the President of the United States Barack Obama in 2014. The Rock does not exclude its presidential executive.

He also said he does not rule out future offers.

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"I do not exclude myself," he said, "I do not exclude the idea that it can somehow make a certain impact or somehow have good people."

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson wins the Fighting With My Family at the Sundance Film Festival 2019.

But for now, Johnson reaffirmed that he will focus on his films.

"We will continue in our career," he said. "Politicians, former presidents, senators, former senators, have a lot of friends, that name at all levels.

"I am very honored that many people believe that I am ready to be president, or if I am a decent president or a president, at the end of the day, I have a great respect for that position."

– USA Today


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